The goal is 100,000 clothing items by August 31st, mark your calendar to help the Men’s Warehouse reach it! By donating your gently used clothing not only can you score some great deals from the store but you will also play a big role in helping give someone a second-chance.
From their website:
Share the power of the suit. Now in its fourth year, the National Suit Drive helps unemployed men prepare for a more successful future. Donate your gently used professional attire to help men in crisis make a good first impression at job interviews. Learn more about the National Suit Drive.
Step 1: Donate Your Clothes
Donating is easy. Start by going through your closet and selecting professional items with minimal wear that are still in fashion. Find your nearest Men’s Wearhouse store and drop off your donation by August 31, 2011.
Clothing donations collected in our stores are directed to local non-profit organizations. For every suit collected, we will donate a new tie to the cause.
Any of the following gently used professional attire will be accepted:
- Sport Coats
- Dress Slacks
- Dress Shirts
- Dress Shoes
- Ties and other accessories
Step 2: Collect Your Thank You Gift
We greatly appreciate your generosity. As a thank you for your donation, you’ll receive a special coupon for 50% off the regular price of all items, excluding shoes. (See store for details.) We will also provide you with a tax receipt from a nonprofit organization.
Step 3: Tell Your Friends
With Facebook and Twitter it’s easy to spread the word about National Suit Drive. The five seconds it takes to share can make a difference in so many lives. Let others know about the good things you’ve been up to. Like us or check in at Men’s Wearhouse on Facebook and we’ll donate $1 to the cause (up to $10,000).*
*The money donated will be distributed amongst the non-profit organizations.
The Men’s Divorce Law Firm lead by local Orlando Lawyer Jeffrey Feulner works every day to fight for the rights of husbands and fathers everywhere. We are proud to support the local community and outreach programs such as this.