Type “Marie” into Google and the first thing that comes up is “Marie Kondo.” “To Kondo” has become shorthand for de-cluttering. Star of Netflix’s “Tidying Up,” organizing consultant, New York Times best-selling author of four books, Marie Kondo’s “KonMari” website advises people to “Tidy your space, transform your life.” With Spring around the corner, and cleaning and tidying on people’s minds, National Cancer Center is encouraging people to put that cleared clutter to good use. All those clothes and shoes you haven’t worn for seasons and that you’ve decided to clear from the closet…donate them to one of the American Recycling Technologies (ART) bins in over 100 locations in Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester Counties, as well as Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island. NCC receives a percentage of ART bin donations proceeds to fund our life-saving cancer research grants.
Clear Clutter for Cancer Research!
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