Finding Free Household Goods

By joycehack 1

Where can someone go to get free household items?

Joyce from Evans, Colorado

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By Cassie 6 52 Flag

December 4, 2008

Try www.freecycle.org to see if your area has a local chapter. This organization is set up to share items with each other; their goal is to keep usuable items out of landfills. Everything is free.

Also craigslist.org has some free items, as well as many low cost.

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By Vickie Kibellus 92 Flag

December 4, 2008

Social services, the Goodwill, Salvation Army, area churches. Or go to a garage sale and tell the people you will haul away items that don't sell. Put an ad in the paper. Go to www.freecycle.org Dumpster dive, go to a dump. Our country is so rich you should be able to find treasures at every corner. Several Christian websites could help--just start looking and asking.

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

December 9, 2008

craigslist.org has sites for most areas just put it in and when site comes up it will ask for your zip code and it will diriect to your area

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

December 9, 2008

Free stuff - www.craigslist.org

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