You'd love to be the kind of noble, selfless person who gives to charity, but what's in it for you? Get something out of your altruism with SwapSF
Housed in a 10,000 square foot warehouse, Swap's a sprawling, free-for-all clothing exchange: bring down a bag of your unwanted goods, and you can haul away as much as you can carry -- a godsend for thrift store lovers tired of paying astronomical Goodwill prices.
Admission's only $5 ($10 w/o sack); that'll get you a license to horde, a free drink from the bar, and a chance to dump those acid wash denim blazers without running afoul of the EPA. Additional drinks are only $2, and, if necessary, there'll be free Meth Coffee to sober you up (or make you stop sleeping/having teeth).
There'll also be screen printers and sewing stations, so you can either repair the crotch of your newfound jeans, or print a disclaimer on the back of your shirt warning people to look away if you stop to pick up a quarter
Now for the charity part: all clothes left behind will go to support various local causes, allowing you to feel noble knowing that you've bestowed upon these unfortunate souls rags that not even a bunch of self-interested, Meth-addled scavengers would touch.