Clothing Drive 2019

 

The Attleboro Arts Museum is holding a Clothing Drive at the end of March. We’re partnering with the Epilepsy Foundation New England to raise funds and recycle/reuse.

By simply repurposing clothing that has been outgrown or no longer suits your style you can support the museum’s arts and culture offerings, and programs offered by the Epilepsy Foundation. 100% of the proceeds from your donation will go directly to the Museum and the Foundation.  

Start looking through your closets and please bag-up all unwanted items. See below for a list of acceptable donations. All items must be packaged in a plastic bag that is 13-gallon size or larger. 

Please plan to donate at a time listed below. Note that we’re unable to store bags in advance or after the final delivery hour.

 

10am – 4pm:

  • Thursday, March 28th
  • Friday, March 29th
    • Collection will also take place from 6:15pm – 7pm that night
  • Saturday, March 30th

We will gladly provide you with a receipt for your donations at delivery. Thank you in advance for your time and support.

Please call 508-222-2644 x10 or email office@attleboroartsmuseum.org with any questions.

Acceptable Items

  • Clothes: tops, pants, jeans, shorts, ties/scarves, dresses, skirts, gowns, suits, sweaters, sweats, vests, blazers, t-shirts, pajamas, socks, tights, belts 
  • Outerwear: coats, jackets, ski pants, mittens, gloves, hats, scarves, rain-gear, bathing suits
  • Uniforms
  • Costumes/Dress Up Clothes
  • Fabric/Fabric Scraps/Yarn
  • Linens
  • Towels/Wash Cloths
  • Drapes/Curtains
  • Sheets/Pillow Cases
  • Tablecloths
  • Cloth Napkins
  • Pot holders
  • Blankets
  • Comforter/Duvet
  • Sofa/Chair covers
  • Shoes/Boots/Flip Flops/Slippers
  • Pocketbooks/Backpacks/Duffle Bags
  • Don’t forget about those single mittens, gloves and socks!

Items are accepted in any condition. 

 

 

 

 

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