This morning as you got dressed, you likely passed by a a dozen or more garments as you settled on a final outfit for the day. You know the routine..."That one feels funny", "I hate that color on me", "Why did I buy that?!" or "I will never fit into that again". It makes getting dressed a drawn out routine that is unnecessarily stressful.
Today....maybe this evening...pull out those items, bag them up and take them to the local women's shelter. In some cases, the shelter location may be confidential information. What you can do is contact the local social services organization or the police department and let them know what you are trying to do. They will make sure that your discarded items end up in the hands of needy women in your community. That orange sweater from two seasons ago or the too-tight skinny jeans from last summer may end up being a real treasure to a woman in need.
They will thank you, your bursting closet will thank you and it is the liberal thing to do.