How to donate clothes to a homeless person

What do you do if your family is in need?

You donate to a charity.

How do you know if you’ve given enough?

If you haven’t, you should consider getting a new pair of clothes, says the American-based nonprofit The Help Project.

The nonprofit is currently in its sixth year of offering clothes donations to the homeless, and the goal is to raise $1.4 billion by 2020.

In the US, there are more than 6.2 million homeless people, with some 2.7 million living in shelters, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

But they make up just 2.6 percent of the population, according the federal agency.

The Help Project, a nonprofit that provides free, confidential clothing donations to homeless people in the US and abroad, recently announced it will donate $10,000 of donated clothes to help support an organization called Food Pantry United.

It will make up a portion of a $50,000 donation, the organization said in a statement.

The money is part of the charity’s $20 million gift to the Food Pantries United Fund, a non-profit that helps people in need with food and clothing.

It is the first time The Help project has donated to a nonprofit.

In 2016, it donated $10 million to a clothing donation organization called The Way Out.

“We want to help homeless people get back on their feet and get back to where they belong,” said Amanda Brown, president of The Help, in a release.

“That’s why we decided to help the Food and Pantries USA Fund,” she added.

The program, which also offers free clothing donations, is the most widely accepted and popular form of donations, with nearly $4.5 billion raised by its partners, according an April 2017 report from the nonprofit.

The group also offers clothing donations in other ways.

It’s the largest clothing donation program in the country.

The group has also raised millions of dollars through online auctions.