Cleaners Care Clothing Drive Kick Off on Cape Cod to support Big Brother Big Sister Foundation

Cleaner's goal: to collect over 10,000 lbs of clothing

Big Brother Big Sister Foundation is proud to announce the start of their Cleaners Care Clothing Drive with Capeway Cleaners. Starting Saturday, May 29th Capeway Cleaners will collect all types of clothing (men’s, women’s, and children’s) in support of the Foundation. Their fundraising goal is to collect over 10,000 lbs of clothing donations from their generous customers by the end of the summer!

The more clothing collected by the Big Brother Big Sister Foundationthe more children are supported through their mentoring programs.

A 10% off coupon will be given to participating customers for the month of June (some exclusions apply). “This is a great way to give back to the community without ever spending a dime. All we ask is for your lightly used clothing donations to help support local Big Brother Big Sister mentoring programs,” said Steve Beck Executive Director of the Foundation.

The more clothing collected by the Big Brother Big Sister Foundation the more children are supported through their mentoring programs. The Foundation turns clothing donations into much needed funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring programs by selling them in bulk to local thrift stores. Every bag helps in reaching their goal of matching more children with a professionally supported adult mentor.

You may drop off your donations at your local Capeway Cleaners:

  • 61 Cohasset Ave., Buzzards Bay
  • 2298 State Rd., Rt. 3A Cedarville
  • 241 Main St., Falmouth
  • Junctions of Rt.151 and 28A, North Falmouth
  • 15 Commercial St. South Cape Village Mashpee
  • 3 North Market St., Mashpee Commons, Mashpee
  • Stop and Shop Plaza on RT. 6A, Sandwich
  • 77 Quaker Meetinghouse Rd., Stop and Shop Plaza, South Sandwich  

For more information about the Foundation please visit www.bbbsfoundation.org or call at 1-800-483-5503.

Courtesy of the Big Brother Big Sister Foundation.

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