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.
Anything with a Plug Recycling – An electronics removal service that offers pick-up of electronic waste.
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.
Raleigh Scrap Metal Recycling – This business buys scrap metal, old appliances & more.
TT&E Iron & Metal – This company buys and recycles scrap metal.