Governor Livingston High School PTO To Host Fall Clothing Drive

Governor Livingston High School PTO Holds Fall Clothing Drive on Saturday, October 19th

On Saturday, October 19th the Governor Livingston High School PTO will hold its semi-annual clothing drive. Help support the PTO by donating clothing, sneakers, shoes, hats, scarves, gloves, handbags, backpacks, belts, small toys and games, bedding, towels, curtains, stuffed animals and dolls. All donations MUST be in plastic bags. No loose items. All donations are tax deductible.  Donation receipts will be given upon drop off.

Drop-off locations are the front parking lot of Governor Livingston High School in Berkeley Heights (175 Watchung Blvd) from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm and the front parking lot of Deerfield Elementary School in Mountainside (302 Central Ave) from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm.

Proceeds raised by this event will help support PTO sponsored programs such as Project Graduation, in addition to being used to support the school library, individual classrooms, students, staff, community events and senior scholarships.

Thank you for your support! Contact Linda Wolfe (973-632-9399), Angela Barbieri (908-342-4288) or Jen Aponte (732-713-1920) with any questions.

Contact Information
  1. Angela Barbieri
  2. atbarbieri@verizon.net
Sat, October 19
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Governor Livingston High School PTO Holds Fall Clothing Drive on Saturday, October 19th

On Saturday, October 19th the Governor Livingston High School PTO will hold its semi-annual clothing drive. Help support the PTO by donating clothing, sneakers, shoes, hats, scarves, gloves, handbags, backpacks, belts, small toys and games, bedding, towels, curtains, stuffed animals and dolls. All donations ...

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