It’s time to clean our closets for charity and support the Flair Cleaners 19th Annual Holiday Clothing and Shoe Drive November 26 through December 31, 2021. Customers and community members can donate at Flair Cleaners at 720 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, 90403 (Between 7th and Lincoln). Pickup and Delivery customers may leave a clearly marked bag out with their orders. Donations will be given to the San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission and Helping Hands for the Blind.

“While 2021 has seen us resume many of our normal activities, many of our neighbors are still struggling to make ends meet,” said Gary Futterman, owner of Flair Cleaners. “As we prepare to celebrate during this holiday season, there is no better time to remember and help our neighbors. Please take some time to clean your closets for charity and donate to our 19th Annual Holiday Clothing and Shoe Drive.”

Flair Cleaners is collecting new or gently used clothing and shoes in good condition. All types of clothing is needed in all sizes including accessories such as gloves, scarves, hats, belts and purses. In addition, they need shoes, jeans, and other denim products, rain gear, and work clothes. No delicates, please. Remember to empty all pockets before donating.
All donations will be cleaned, if needed.

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 – Studio City, Santa Monica, Redondo Beach, and Valencia – and a dedicated Costume & Wardrobe Department, Flair Cleaners has earned a reputation for outstanding quality. It is respected as a trusted pillar of the community due to its family’s commitment to eco-friendly cleaning, contributions to the community, and commitment to helping customers look their best. For more information on Flair Cleaners, its community service or its green environmental practices and awards, visit FlairCleaners.com, or like us on Facebook.

Submitted by Phyllis Grabot