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With the boom in online shopping – and more and more people looking to Amazon to fill their Christmas lists – the question is: what to do with all those unused boxes?
Well, Amazon is taking part in a program to recycle all those empty Amazon boxes as well as help get donations to the Goodwill. Now is a great time to take advantage of this free service and clean out your closets to make room for your new Christmas gifts and help the less fortunate at the same time.
Participation is really easy!
Simply remove all of your items from your Amazon box and fill it with donation items such as clothes, shoes, household items, etc. Items they don’t accept would be electronics, liquids, ammunition or anything fragile or hazardous. Also, a nice perk is that there is no weight limit on the boxes so it’s highly recommended to fill those Amazon boxes up but be sure you don’t fill them so much you can close the box.
Once you’ve filled your box you can visit GiveBackBox.com to print off your free shipping label. You’ll need a separate label for each box you ship. You can drop your boxes off at your local U.S. Post Office or UPS location. To schedule a USPS pickup CLICK HERE.
Source: Fill unused Amazon boxes with donations and they’ll be shipped to Goodwill for free | AL.com