Union High School PTA to Host Clothing Drive

The PTA is collecting:

  • Wearable and usable clothing
  • Shoes (need to be in a separate bag)
  • Belts
  • Handbags
  • Linens
  • Stuffed animals
  • Small toys
  • Bikes and scooters

The Union High School PTA will receive a donation for the total poundage collected.  Clothing items should be in well-tied plastic bags.

Items NOT accepted:

  • Board games
  • Books
  • Puzzles
  • Cookware
  • Sports equipment
  • Electronics

For more information, contact Dawn O’Flaherty at 908-447-2594 or doflaherty@verizon.net.

Sat, May 16
9:00 am — 12:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 05/16/2020 9:00am 05/16/2020 12:00pm America/New_York Union High School PTA to Host Clothing Drive

The PTA is collecting:

Wearable and usable clothing
Shoes (need to be in a separate bag)
Belts
Handbags
Linens
Stuffed animals
Small toys
Bikes and scooters

The Union High School PTA will receive a donation for the total poundage collected. Clothing items should be in well-tied plastic bags.

Items NOT accepted:

Board games
Books
Puzzles
Cookware
Sports ...

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