Mayor Michael Gonnelli and the Secaucus Town Council invite all residents to participate in a town wide garage sale.
The sales will begin at 8 a.m. on Saturday, October 1. The rain date is 8 a.m. on October 2.
Residents interested in participating in the sale had to register online at secaucusnj.gov/garage to have their address added to the list that will be posted.
After the sale, GreenDrop is encouraging residents to give unsold items a second chance by scheduling a free donation pick-up. To schedule a pick-up call 888-944-3767 or visit GoGreenDrop.com.
GreenDrop works on behalf of partner charities including: the American Red Cross, the Military Order of the Purple Heart, and the National Federation of the Blind. The organization raises funds for their causes through the generation and collection of donated clothing and household items.
According to GreenDrop, the Recycle for Charity program: generates charitable donations to help others, provides student volunteer and community service opportunities, and keeps clothing and household items out of landfills.
What GreenDrop can accept: clothing, shoes, accessories, blankets and bedding, flat screen TVs, kitchenware, small appliances, electronics, sporting goods, books, toys, and games.
What GreenDrop cannot accept includes: large appliances, air conditioners, tube TVs, computer monitors, food items, exercise equipment, mattresses, foam pads, large furniture, and recyclables including cans, paper, and magazines.
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