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Show That Closet Who’s Boss

Get out of the closet!

That’s what you need to be yelling at all those clothes you no longer wear. Because they could have a new home with someone who really, truly needs them more than you do.

This Saturday, in support of Legacy Counseling‘s Grace Project Conference for Women Living with HIV, a clothing drive will be held. Women attending the conference will be able to select free clothing items for themselves and their families.

So spread the word to all your friends and loved ones because the organization’s in need of gently used clothing, shoes, accessories, and jewelry for women, men, and children. These items will help people get a fresh start in so many ways.

Storage is limited, so the four-hour window of the clothing drive is the only time they’ll be accepting donations at Jack Retro on Greenville Avenue, so start shakin’ those hangers and gather the biggest stack of clothes you possibly can.

Marie Kondo would be so very proud.

Legacy Grace Project Clothing Drive
Saturday, March 9
Noon to 4:00 p.m.
Jack Retro
2802 Greenville Avenue, Dallas



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