Let’s be real — maternity clothes are expensive AF. I’ve never heard a pregnant friend say she was excited about going maternity clothes shopping, except for maybe picking out a dress for a baby shower. And you can’t really just “wing it,” with regular clothes forever, because using a hair tie around the button of your jeans will only last so long. If you’re done having babies and want to do some good for women who need a bit of help, you may be wondering, "Where can I donate maternity clothes?" Since public nudity isn’t legal yet, it's a big deal, plus, it's always a good, fun thing to help others. The tax write off isn't so bad, either, but it's definitely not the only reason to donate — think of how expensive those maternity clothes are and how hard it is for women to justify buying them when they have such limited wear?
There are many different places to choose from when deciding where to donate your maternity clothes, and this is by no means a definitive list. The following are a sampling of many different organizations across the United States that are dedicated to helping others, including pregnant mamas in need. As always, a great place to start is a local homeless shelter near you — and if you live in the city or near a major one, they aren't that hard to find.