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Donate and pick up objects for free in the heart of Paris, the city of lights, excitement and euphoria: - Give away an armchair in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, - Collect a jacket near the Louvre, - Pick up a book over a coffee near the Center Pompidou. The desire to do more good is growing in Paris, so donate what you no longer use and pick up free items too. Whether you consider yourself bohemian or a bit of an artist, go to the Sacré Coeur, Montmartre or at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, to give away the toaster you don't use, but that still makes the perfect toast.

Students, donate your books in the heart of the Latin Quarter. To be read by others, since a book travels. Filled with history and emotion, they always remind you of somewhere. Autumn by the fire at grandma's house. Sundays in the cafe at the end of rue Montorgueil. Or that summer at Paris-Plage. When you donate clothing in Paris, you save something from the trash. We think about giving away stuff or choosing second hand items. For the planet. To avoid waste. For the others. For ourselves. It’s also an opportunity to meet other people. Gabriel, our neighbour from the fifth or Véronique, a violinist from the 2nd arrondissement of Paris who may become a friend. Paris then becomes a village. The Marais in all its glory and delicacy binds with the Champs-Élysées for the symbol, the beauty, the madness of grandeur ... Get rid of your furniture in Paris. When you move. When found love and decide to turn two apartments into one. You have to sort through that stuff, so everything fits in your (new) closets. So, by donating your things, your current place empties. As if by a fairy's magic. We love it. Wherever we are, and even more so in Paris, respect for the planet and solidarity are top of mind and are gradually taking root in our neighbourhoods. Already beautiful, they take on a whole new dimension: that of sharing, giving, recycling, connection and discovery. If Paris is beautiful, it is even more so because of the memories we place there. What will be your favourite memory of donating something to someone else?