Flair Cleaners on Montana Avenue is in the middle of its 10th annual holiday clothing drive in which customers are encouraged to bring in clothes for those in need.
The clothing drive goes until Dec. 31. Just look for the large, festive donation boxes in the lobby of each store.
“Everyone is very enthusiastic about this program,” said Flair Cleaners owner Gary Futterman. “Since we started the clothing drive 10 years ago our customers have really gotten into the spirit of giving, and each year more and more clothing is brought in. Everyone is welcome to drop off items to share ‚Äî the more the merrier.”
Futterman and his employees hope to break last year‚Äôs total of over 6,000 garments. Receipts will be provided to those who would like to receive a tax deduction for their items.
Charities benefiting from the clothing drive include the National Council of Jewish Women Thrift Shop, the Disabled American Veterans, St. Vincent de Paul‚Äôs Thrift Store and Helping Hands for the Blind.
For more information visit www.FlairCleaners.com.