Nursing/retirement homes, doctors' offices, maybe hospitals - intensive care wards might appreciate it, something to read while you're waiting anxiously for news. Colleges or other art students are also a good bet too. I think they are recyclable also if all else fails. My mother used to collect various magazines from her fellow teachers (random subjects, like Nat'l Geo, kids' magazines, crafters, etc) and bring them to my... Well, we just called her Granny - an older relative that lived next door and was virtually housebound due to age and infirmity. She would basically live in this little room reading magazines, Reader's Digests, anything we could bring her. Then they'd be recycled. When she finally died last year, she had several crates full of them still in there.