Endeavour Foundation urgently needs winter clothing

THE Endeavour Foundation Recycled Clothing store in Gladstone is asking people to donate quality winter clothing and bric-a-brac urgently because winter stocks are low.

If there are unwanted winter clothes, coats, hats, boots, shoes and gloves hiding in the back of your closet, Endeavour Foundation Recycled Clothing would love to take them off your hands.

The store welcomes good quality winter items for all ages and sizes, from babies and toddlers to children and adults.

All funds raised support people with a disability

Endeavour Foundation executive general manager of consumer businesses Leanne Rudd said this was an important time of year.

"We like to have warmer clothing and shoes available at this time as the onset of winter can catch out people and they may not be prepared," Ms Rudd said.

"Winter stocks are currently very low in our Gladstone store, so we are asking for people to have a think about those extra items they have tucked away.

"The one thing we would ask is that donations are good quality, so ask yourself, 'Would I lend that to a friend?' If the answer is 'yes' then we would love to have it for the store."

The foundation also is asking local businesses and sports organisations to consider if they have room in their car park for a donation collection bin. 

Those that do can phone Emma Henderson 4972 2516 for more information.

Donations can be dropped off at Endeavour Foundation Recycled Clothing at 167 Auckland St, Gladstone.



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