Your coat hangers might come in handy at a church thrift store, also maybe Salvation Army, Volunteers of America, or any organization like that. (01/26/2001)
In addition to all the great suggestions that you have received so far, I can think of a few more. Retirement homes and hospitals are usually in need of hangers for their patients/residents, also most shelters could really use hangers for their residents. (01/29/2001)
Donate your wire hangers to any dry-cleaners. I also collect safety pins and take them back when I've amassed a lot of them. (02/01/2001)
By K.B. from Philadelphia, PA
You could see if there's a women's shelter near to you and ask them if they want some. A lot of women (yes, and men, too) walk out with nothing and have to start again from scratch. I donated a bed to my local shelter a couple of years back. It's good to know your old stuff is going to a good home. (08/13/2004)
Forget the Salvation Army and Goodwill - they only want plastic hangers. (11/21/2007)
You can try adding them to the following website.
It's a wire hanger have/need match-up website. (12/05/2008)
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