Starting a Clothing Drive Team: The Facts
In the face of a national economic and housing crisis, it is crucial for all citizens to participate in rebuilding their communities and helping to bolster families and neighborhoods struck by adversity. Whether chronically homeless, recently homeless, facing a home foreclosure, or struggling in the aftermath of disasters that have damaged or destroyed their homes, many families across the country find themselves in transition and could use your help to meet their most immediate needs.
Commit yourself and a team of your friends and neighbors to help serve those most in need and join United We Serve. This tool kit will give you the basics to run a clothing drive, organize your group, and make an impact.
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