MOORESTOWN, NJ — Have you come across unused work wear as you've done your Spring cleaning this year and are wondering what to do with it?
Senator Troy Singleton's office is collecting donations of like-new work-appropriate clothing for men and women now through Friday, June 30.
The community is encouraged to drop-off attire such as suits, dresses, pants, shirts, skirts, ties, etc., to his District Office, located at 400 North Church Street, Suite 260, in Moorestown, from 9AM to 5PM, Monday through Friday.
The workwear donations will be given to the Mount Holly-based non-profit Beacon of Hope, Inc., which will distribute the clothing to those in need. Founded by Pastor Darlene Trappier, Beacon of Hope is primarily a food pantry which also provides clothes, shelter and life-skills training to people in need. After operating unofficially for several years as an outreach ministry, Beacon of Hope was formally established as a non-profit, faith-based organization in 2010.
For more information of Beacon of Hope, visit http://www.beaconofhopeinc.com/.
For more information about the clothes drive, contact Nisha Ray at Senator Singleton's office at (856) 234-2790 or [email protected].