Got Clothes? Foster Nation Wants to Share

With plenty of time to clean closets and so many of the usual thrift stores still closed for donations, there is a new option –  Foster Nation’s Clothing Drive, “Show That You Care & Share What You Don’t Wear”.

Foster Nation was created to support and empower foster youth as they age out of the foster system. They aim to help thousands of young adults in their upcoming journey who are now without any support system or network they can rely on. Whether it’s for a job interview or simply to provide them feel confident as they head back to school (or Zoom!), now is the time to clean out your closet and make a real difference.

This campaign will run until August 2nd, so there’s no time to waste! Preferred donations include any gently used or new clothing and accessories, business attire, ties, belts, bags, and shoes. Loose clothing cannot be accepted, so please be sure to bag or box for handling.

There are three drop off points available
Pritzker Residence (1261 Angelo Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210)
Available 24/7, 7 days a week.
Simply press the blue button and let security know you are there to donate!

Pico Union Project (1153 Valencia St, Los Angeles, 90015)
Please drop off on Tuesday or Friday from 10-2pm
Look for the labeled red bins

Parking lot of 1902 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, 90403
Located on the South / East Corner of Wilshire and 19th 
Available 24/7, 7 days a week.
Look for the labeled red bin

Foster Nation will ensure that 100% of the donated items are cleaned, organized, and distributed to foster care communities throughout the city.
 All donations are tax deductible – you can fill out a form to receive a tax letter for your contribution! Go to/inkinddonation.paperform.co/

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