We give our clothes to missionaries in Mexico. The people they work with are so excited to get such nice things, and can't believe we think they're not good enough to work with. Ironically, they live less than a mile from El Paso. The people there usually have one or two pairs of clothes that they wear everyday. The last time we visited, one of the ladies was wearing one of my husbands old painting t-shirts, holes and all, to church. She was so excited to have something so nice that she felt dressed up enough to come to church. I could go on and on. We truly are spoiled in America! Please pass the clothes on. They really are usable, especially in 3rd world countries. I prefer to pass it on through the missionaries, though, after talking to them. Many times the "folds", as they are called in some parts of the world, are sold for more than what we pay for new clothes here. I know some missionaries who know places that charge a week's salary for some clothes. The missionaries pass them on for free, or sometimes for very little in a market booth.