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Moores Canadian Suit Drive Ends on July 31st

| July 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

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Moores Stores are collecting professional items with minimal wear. Drop off donations at your nearest Moores store by July 31.  The Canadian Suit Drive benefits at-risk men transitioning into the workforce.

Clothing donations collected in our stores are directed to local recipient organizations. See a complete list of our 2013 recipient organizations.

Any of the following gently used professional attire will be accepted:

  • Suits
  • Sport coats
  • Dress pants
  • Dress shirts
  • Dress shoes
  • Sportswear (collared shirts, sweaters, casual pants, vests)
  • Outerwear (jackets, long coats, raincoats)
  • Ties and other accessories
  • Women’s professional clothing and accessories

COLLECT YOUR THANK-YOU GIFT

As a thank you for your donation, you’ll receive a special coupon for 50% off your next purchase.* *Restrictions apply. See coupon for details.

SPREAD THE WORD

Help raise an additional $10,000 for the cause by letting your social network know that you support the #suitdrive. We’ll donate $1 (up to $10,000) each time you do! Here are 4 easy ways:

 

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Category: Dads, Family, Living, Non-Profit, Work

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