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Save Money and Change Lives by Donating Excess Inventory During COVID-19

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Save Money and Change Lives by Donating Excess Inventory During COVID-19 How COVID-19 Has Affected the Economy The ripple effect of the COVID-19 global pandemic is difficult to wrap your mind around. “Shelter at home” requirements have not only caused a major shift in lifestyle for most Americans but instigated an economic downturn. Large gatherings…

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Ask WIN: Can I Donate This?

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Have you found yourself lately with a surplus of unused items eating up space in your warehouse? If this sounds like you, we’re happy to tell you that you can put your extra products to good use by donating them to WIN! But what sorts of inventory can you donate? This is the burning question…

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3 Unexpected Donor Savings

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It’s happening. Little by little, you’ve begun noticing certain items adding up. Unused tables and chairs begin eating up space in the storeroom. Items that didn’t sell as well as you thought they would are strewn on shelves in the back. Before you know it, you have an abundance of products that you don’t need…

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Toys & Games by the Pallet

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Nonprofit organizations can order brand new toys and games in time for the holidays ST. LOUIS, MO (Nov. 7, 2017) – WIN Warehouse, a public charity that connects nonprofit organizations with corporate excess inventory, announces that member organizations can now receive toys and games by the pallet. The pallets include games, puzzles, arts and crafts,…

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Men’s Wearhouse 10th Annual Suit Drive

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WIN Warehouse and Men’s Wearhouse Encourage St. Louis Area Residents to Donate Gently Used Professional Attire to Benefit Unemployed Americans in Need LOUIS, MO (June 27th, 2017) – WIN Warehouse, a public charity the connects nonprofit organizations with corporate excess inventory, is partnering with Men’s Wearhouse to launch its 10th annual National Suit Drive, a…

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The Impact of Reverse Logistics

Industry. Distributor. Retail. End User. Collection and Selection. Recycling. Back to Industry.

This article originally appeared in Supply Chain Technology News. Click Here to access the original article.  The retail industry faces a growing challenge in managing the billions of products consumers return every year. These returns can result in both financial losses as well as potential negative environmental impact such as waste. With the increase in…

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26 U.S. Code § 170(e)

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26 U.S. Code § 170(e) – Charitable, etc., contributions and gifts Published by Cornell University Law School (3) Special rule for certain contributions of inventory and other property (A) Qualified contributions For purposes of this paragraph, a qualified contribution shall mean a charitable contribution of property described in paragraph (1) or (2) of section 1221…

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The Cost of Business

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No one is in business to lose money. Even so, disposal of excess and obsolete inventory is often part of the cost of business. Companies work hard to minimize these losses. A few of these companies have figured out that while there are many strategies for reducing this waste, there is a way to potentially…

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