Clothing Swap & More

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It’s a new year and a chance to give your closet a new twist. Join us for a clothing and more swap and lots of fun! We thought that right after the holidays would be the perfect time to host a swap.

Bring clothes, unopened food items, toys, books, and anything you feel someone might really find useful or want and you want to get rid of. At the party all of the clothes are somewhat loosely organized together and everyone gets to pick and swap items to add to their wardrobe. Doesn’t that sound like a great way to get rid of clothes you don’t wear anymore and add new pieces to wear?

If you want to barter some things that is acceptable too. We just ask that you bring some things that you are willing to donate to the swap. We want this to be an opportunity to get rid of some things that you might have taking up space that you will never use but you feel is wasteful to just throw away.

We’re looking for volunteers who have sewing machines and/or would be interested in helping to upcycle the clothes by altering/mending clothes at the swap. If you’re interested, reach out to Vega Dandelion or Gary Morris Jr.?! We’d appreciate the help bringing the swap to the next level 🙂

Whatever is not claimed will be taken by Super Love Heroes, a local food bank, charity store or to a local shelter. Hopefully, whoever receives your swaps will be just as grateful as you were when you first got your goodies.

Excited to see you!

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