If parting ways with old clothes that no longer fit or suit you is not one of your resolutions, it should be. Finding places you can donate old clothes in good condition to helps you clean your your closet and tidy your life, but if also gives your clothes a second chance at life. I'm not just saying that because I watched Tidying Up with Marie Kondo on Netflix (though, I won't deny how inspiring her method is), I'm also saying it because it's good for the planet. Donating gently used clothes (or even new clothes you just don't want!) gives someone an opportunity to acquire new clothes, produces zero waste on your part, and, most importantly, repurposes something that was no longer serving your life.
Instead of throwing out your clothes that are still in perfectly good condition, round them up and take them to a donation center to give back in a simple way. Here I've put together a list of donation centers around the U.S. that will be more than happy to accept your old clothes. Make sure the clothes are still in good condition, of course, and try to wash the clothes before you donate them to any center.