I'm reading in this Community for a while now and really appreciate what you are doing here. A lot of answers helped me as well, as I could answer questions from my friends with it. :)
Today I actually have a question I need your help with.
A friend of mine is moving to an other apartment and used this to have a deeper look at her clothes. So she would like to donate it to our new neighbors in Germany.
But is this still needed? And where in Berlin can she bring her stuff? Or find an actual list what is needed? The lists I found are nearly all from 2015...
Thanks a lot.
Clothing donation is still needed. Used Clothes are still of real value, there are even commercial collections at least once a month in major cities.
Places in Berlin where clothing donations serve socially minded purpose:
Kleiderkammer Residenzstr. 90, 13409 Berlin
Abgabe (Open): Montag bis Freitag von 9-13.00 Uhr direkt in der Kleiderkammer, sonst am Empfang in der Residenzstr. 90 (Mo-Do 8-17 Uhr, Fr. bis 8-15 Uhr)
Kleiderkammer, speziell für Kinder (clothes espeically for children),
Pfalzburger Str. 18, 10719 Berlin, Tel. 030-666 339 62.
Abgabe (Open): Montag bis Freitag 10-13 Uhr, Dienstag und Donnerstag zusätzlich 15-16:30 Uhr
Contact Caritas Kleiderkammer Berlin:
Mrs. Irena Urban
Residenzstr. 90, Eingang Reginhardstr
Telefon: 030 666 33-1045
Red Cross, Berlin
Clothing donation: Service-Hotline: (030) 852 76 90
Details about clothing donation and How-to-help:
WWW: bit.ly/2ao1Sgw (German text)
English translation (by Google Translate): goo.gl/ELHIo7
Kind regards, Jan
I know that Kreuzberg hilft for example is giving their "Spenden" to camps that do not have the capacity to take them theirselfs. You find their list of what they need
Dienstag – Freitag, 12 – 17:30 Uhr
Samstag, 12 – 15 Uhr
If you want to give it directly to "Tempelhof" for example, you can also bring them to Kreuzberghilft but tell them to give it to tempelhof and check their own list first: docs.google.com/spreadshee...