Flair Cleaners wants to help you make room for your Black Friday bargains by donating gently used or new clothing and shoes to the Flair Cleaners 15th Annual Holiday Clothing and Shoe Drive. Clothing and shoes can be donated to the Valencia Flair Cleaners location, through Dec. 31. The drive supports community outreach such as Los Angeles Mission, MEND, Helping Hands for the Blind.
All donations will be cleaned, if needed, and given to local nonprofits that help our community members in need. This year the drive will benefit the Los Angeles Mission, MEND, and Helping Hands for the Blind.
“We all have something lying around, like the stack of shirts your son has outgrown, or the clothes that you’re just never going to wear. Now is the time to get them out of the closet and into the hands of those who need them most,” said Gary Futterman, owner, Flair Cleaners. “We are proud to celebrate 15 years of helping our communities come together to help others. We are grateful for the extraordinary generosity of our customers.”
Donate only new or gently used items in good condition. Empty all pockets before donating. Clothing and shoes can be placed in the donation boxes in each Flair Cleaners store. While all types of clothing are needed, jeans, professional clothing, and accessories are appreciated. A list of items needed most by these nonprofits can be found on our Facebook page.
Since 1958, Flair Cleaners, a family-owned business, has delivered on its promise to provide ex-ceptional quality and personal service that brings new “life” into our clients’ wardrobes and home accessories. With five locations – Burbank, Redondo Beach, Santa Monica, Studio City, and Valencia – Flair Cleaners has earned a reputation as a trusted pillar of the community through its family’s commitment to eco-friendly cleaning, contributions to education, veterans, and charity organizations, and outstanding quality that helps customers look their best. For more information on Flair Cleaners, its community service or its green environmental practices and awards, visit www.FlairCleaners.com, or like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/flairdrycleaners.
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