Clothing drive collecting items for month of July

Moores in Grandview Corners will be collecting gently used professional clothing until July 31.

A South Surrey clothing store for men will be collecting gently used professional clothing this month.

Moores in Grandview Corners will be collecting the items to donate to at-risk men transitioning into the workforce.

Items to be donated should be clean, presentable and good enough to wear for interviews. Poor quality clothing will not be accepted.

This is the fourth year that the men’s clothing chain has organized the suit drive. Last year, stores across canada collected 44,000 items.

Donations can be dropped off at the store, located at 2411 160 St., or to 104-1521 Blackwood St.

For more information about the drive, visit www.mooresclothing.com

 

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