Make room in your closet for the new clothes you found on #BlackFriday by donating gently used or new clothing and shoes to the Flair Cleaners 17th Annual Holiday Clothing and Shoe Drive.
Donors may drop off items at any Flair Cleaners location – Valencia, Redondo Beach, Santa Monica or Studio City.
Home pickup and delivery customers can call ahead and leave their clearly marked donations out for their driver.
“It’s time to put the clothes and shoes you never wear into the hands of those who need them most during the 17th Annual Flair Cares Holiday Clothing and Shoe Drive,” said Gary Futterman, owner, Flair Cleaners. “This drive is one of the highlights of our year, and we are grateful for the generosity and support of our customers in making it a success.”
All donations will be cleaned, if needed, and donated to nonprofit organizations supporting each of the communities where Flair does business. Please remember to empty all the pockets before donating.
These items are needed most right now:
• Clothing for men, women, infants and children–dresses, skirts, tops, pants, shirts, jeans, shorts, jackets, sweatshirts, and sports bras
• All shoes (except high heels) and boots for men, women and children
• Hats, gloves, mittens and scarves, adult and junior jackets and sweaters
• Men’s jeans sizes 34 to 42
About Flair Cleaners
Since 1958, Flair Cleaners, a family-owned business, has delivered on its promise to provide exceptional quality and personal service that brings new “life” into our clients’ wardrobes and home accessories. With four locations – 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 educational, veteran, and other nonprofit organizations, and outstanding quality that helps customers look their best.
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