Here are additional resources to help with the decluttering and organizing process.
Resources to Stop Junk Mail
The Direct Marketing Association – Request to be removed from marketing and mailing lists.
Catalog Choice – Request to be removed from certain catalog mailing lists.
OptOutPrescreen – Request to be removed from credit card offer mailing lists, or call 1-888-5OPT-OUT to request removal.
Raleigh Area Charities & Non-profits Accepting Donations
Raleigh Area Recycling or Reuse Locations
Wake County Recycling Convenience Centers – Wake County has 11 sites where residents can drop off various types of items for recycling.
Wake County Electronics Recycling – There are 5 locations in Wake County that accept various types of electronic waste such as old computers, televisions, and DVD players.
Wake County Household Hazardous Waste Disposal – There are 3 locations in Wake County that can safely dispose of household hazardous waste, such as paints and pesticides.
Wake County Animal Center – A great place to send lightly used blankets and large towels for reuse.
Wake County Libraries – For donating books to be reused.
Kramden Institute – This Durham non-profit accepts donations of used computers and other electronics.
Habitat for Humanity ReStore – Accepts donations of various types of building materials and gently used appliances.
The Scrap Exchange of Durham – Accepts donations of used art supplies, old trophies and plaques, creative use materials and more.
The Lions Club – A great place to donate used eyeglasses.
Trusted Referral Partners
If you are in need of a professional organizer outside of the Raleigh, North Carolina area, and you don’t think virtual organizing with me is going to work for your situation, then I recommend these organizers, whom I know personally and trust without question, to help you and your loved ones.
Julie Bestry of Best Results Organizing in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Yve Irish of Professional Organizing by Yve Irish in Rochester, New York.
Karen Sprinkle of Organize It in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Maria White of Enuff with the Stuff in Ashburn, Virginia.