When it comes to certain pieces of clothing, it’s likely that you want to hold onto them. Something like your mother’s favorite college sweatshirt or that t-shirt from the summer camp you went to as a kid hold sentimental value. On the other hand, there is likely a lot of clothing in your closet and drawers that you haven’t worn in quite some time. While it is certainly tempting to hold onto all of your clothing (after all, you never know when you’re going to need to fit back into that dress you wore when you were 17), letting go of your closet clutter is a great way to not only get rid of the excess, but also to help out others. At OUR Center, we take clothing donations so that we can add more to our community closet. If you want to know how to tell when it is time for you to get rid of the clothing you aren’t using and donate them to someone in need, continue reading below.