Thank you for sharing clothing in ALL sizes from Newborn thru Adult to help neighbors in need!
We want to let you know how grateful we are that you joined us in building a better community. Keep up the good work! It's amazing to see the good we can do together. We have helped over 8,000 people with one of life's basic necessities...clothing!
Your donations of gently used everyday clothes, school uniforms, prom wear, gym clothes and job interview clothing go a long way in building happy and productive communities. Operation School Wear cleans, organizes and redistributes clothing FREE of charge to needy clients that are referred to us from various agencies across Northeast Pennsylvania including Human Resource Organizations, CareerLink, School Administrators, Homeless Shelters and other Non-Profit agencies.
Continuing this journey depends on your generosity. We require not only clothing, but funds for laundry expenses, storage and transportation of garments. Many of our clients do not own a vehicle. No donation is too small. Please help today!
Our Wish List:
Blue and Black Dickies pants for students at Vo-Tech schools
Work boots with and without steel toes
Scrubs for Health and Wellness Students
metal collection bins
STORAGE! We are always short on space. An area or store that can hold 15 commercial clothing racks would be ideal.
Operation School Wear Inc. does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.
Operation School Wear collects new and gently used clothing for students in Kindergarten through 12th grade and their families. This may include uniforms, sportswear, prom wear, clothing appropriate for job interviews, employment and daily wear. We redistribute to local families free of charge. Donated items that are too worn, stained or torn will be recycled in an environmentally responsible way.
Denim Rug made of locally donated jeans that were unwearable.