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Clothing drive supports at-risk youth in York Region

Donations can be dropped off at two locations in the region this Saturday, May 14

You can support 360°kids programs and services for vulnerable youth in York Region by dropping off clothing during its Spring Fling Saturday.

In partnership with Talize, the non-profit agency is hosting a clothing drive May 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

“We are looking to our community who want to clear their closets of unwanted clothing and eliminate landfill by donating them for a good cause which supports more programs offered for vulnerable youth in York Region. This is a great way to clear the clutter, and recycle those clothes in a sustainable way,” said director of development at 360°kids Lesley Sims, in an email.

Drive-through dropoffs can be made at the front parking lot of 360°kids head office, 80F Centurian Drive, Markham and at Jefferson Square Sobeys plaza, 11700 Yonge St., Richmond Hill (south corner by the Heritage House in the plaza parking lot).

Eliminate landfill by upcycling your old clothing while helping the more than 3,500 at-risk York Region youth served yearly by 360°kids.