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Uber Will Take Your Clothes to Goodwill, Save You From Massive Shoulder Pain

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Can Uber top their stunt of delivering kittens and puppies on demand? No, probably not. But this weekend's deal with Goodwill sure is a good one. This Saturday, May 2nd, Uber will donate all your old clothes (read: sample sale purchases you never actually wore) to the nonprofit with the tap of a button.

All you have to do is gather up your old crap in a bag (they can't take it otherwise!), request an SUV with the "Give" option that'll be available on the app between 10am and 6pm, and bring it out to the car when it arrives. It's valid in all of Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn, and makes this whole #Konmari thing a whole lot more appealing when you know you don't need to do the schlepping to Goodwill yourself.