Donate clothes and other household items in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Charities will pick up your donations for free and leave you a tax deduction receipt.
Donationtown.org allows you to schedule an online appointment for a Philadelphia donation pick up. It has never been so convenient to make charitable donations in Philadelphia, PA until now. Schedule a donation pick up today!
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Originally inhabited by the Lenape tribe, the geographic area that is now Philadelphia was once known as Shackamaxon. The Quaker William Penn purchased the land from the Lenape tribe in 1681, and made an agreement with the tribe’s chief Tammany that they would live in peace, in the spirit of religious tolerance. The treaty was signed under an elm tree in the spot that is now known as the neighborhood of Fishtown. The City of Philadelphia was established officially in 1701.
Benjamin Franklin was perhaps Philadelphia’s most famous and industrious resident.
Philadelphia is important in early American history as the central point of the 13 American Colonies, and the birthplace of the Declaration of Independence.
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
This most famous sentence of the Declaration of Independence was signed at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, and serves as the moral foundation for much of the United States Constitution. It seems appropriate in this context that the word Philadelphia means “brotherly love” in Greek. So, in the spirit of the Founding Fathers and of “brotherly love,” please schedule your online Philadelphia, PA donation pickup now. There are so many people who are waiting for your own personal expression of “brotherly love” in the form of your generous donations. Among a variety of great charities to choose from are Vietnam Veterans of America and Habitat for Humanity. From the Schuylkill River of Southwest Philadelphia and Society Hill, Washington Square West, the Museum District and Avenue of the Arts in Central Philly, to Belmont Plateau and the Wynnefield neighborhood of West Philadelphia, you can be sure that you will find a wonderful charity that will be so grateful for your Philadelphia donations.
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