From a community member who loved our $1/clothing item sale at The Neighborhood Green Fair last weekend:
You may be interested in this opportunity in East LA: This is a long-time organization that was founded by the Methodist Episcopal Church. The industrial department of the Plaza Community Center became the Goodwill Industries of Southern California in 1919. Their website lists needs for their Esperanza Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program, Child Development Program, Family Services, and Youth Services programs: http://www.plazacs.org
Plaza Community Services is collecting thousands of clothing items to help the thousands who have lost their homes and jobs over the last two years. On Valentine's Day, Saturday February 14th from 9 a.m. to noon, the clothes you give will be given FREE to hundreds of families throughout East Los Angeles and neighboring communities. Remember, the clothes will be distributed for FREE!
During this time of change, we all want to know how to help. Here are three ways:
1. Forward this post to those that need the assistance.
2. If you have clothing to donate, deliver it to 4108 City Terrace Drive on Thursday, February 12th and Friday, February 13-From 9am-5pm.
3. You can donate directly to Plaza Community Services to assist us with our newest effort to assist those most in need. Any donation will do and will be helpful!