Partnership Clothing Drive

A collaborative fund-raising opportunity

We know non-profits are always looking for creative and efficient ways to raise funds. We now invite you to join us in a unique partnership.

Our Vision for our Partnership

  • Raise awareness for your program and ours

  • Promote community collaboration

  • Reduce landfills by reducing, reusing and recycling!


The Benefits

  • We will send a truck to your location to pick up gently used clothing (including shoes, purses, hats, bedding and bath items)
  • We will pay .15 per pound for all you collect OR $2.50 per full 30 gallon plastic bag
  • Working hand in hand we will design a partnership that serves you and your needs
  • We can provide promotional materials - flyer and postcard in an electronic format

Host a Partnership Clothing Drive

Your organization, agency, buiness, or school can host a clothing drive as a one-time event or on-going.  We can make it easy for you.  Hosting a clothing drive is a great way for community members to come together and make money.

Begin a Partnership Today

Contact our Partnership Development Director at (360) 357-5596, ext. 101 or click here to e-mail.


Thank you to Current Partners

Treasure Chest: a second hand thrift store lending a hand in the community.
16621 Meridian East
Puyallup, WA 98375
You can follow them on Face Book at\

The Arc of Grays Harbor
The Arc of Grays Harbor is a non-profit organization which advocates and supports a better quality of life for people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and their families.  To learn more, go to
523 West First Street, Aberdeen WA 98520.
(360) 537-7000

Family Education and Support Services
They believe that strong families begin at home and that by strengthening families, they help create a thriving community. They support families by offering a variety of parent and caregiver education and support programs in the South Puget Sound area including Thurston, Mason, Lewis and Pierce Counties.  Their services are targeted to those who care for children including parents, relative caregivers, foster parents, early childhood educators, community partners, and others. They also offer direct services to children.  To learn more go to
Value Village
We have been partnering with Value Village for over 20 years.  The goods in every Value Village Store are always tied to local nonprofit organizations.  To learn more about Value Village, go to
Bridge of Promise
In May of 2013, we began partnering with Bridge of Promise, an organization that provides recreational, social and education opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities.  To learn more about Bridge of Promise go to
Run Like A Grrrl
In July of 2013 we began partnering with Run Like a Grrrl, an all levels, women's only running group.  Their mission is to empower individuals to reach and achieve goals they never thought they could and to build a strong community in the process. Changing lives, supporting community! To learn more about Run Like a Grrrl, go to 

South Sound Parent to Parent
South Sound Parent to Parent’s mission is to provides a network of support, information, resources and referral to families who have children with special needs and adults with disabilities residing in Thurston and Mason counties. 
To learn more about South Sound Parent to parent go to


Seventh Adventist Community Services of Grays Harbor
Seventh Adventist Community Services of Grays Harbor’s Thrift Shop located in Hoquiam supports the Seventh Day Adventists food bank by selling donated items at affordable prices. The thrift shop often contains clothing, kitchen appliances, books, toys, and other donated items. For more information call (360) 537 - 9133

The United Methodist Women of the First United Methodist Church of Olympia
The United Methodist Women hold a large sale at the church on the first Saturday in March. The proceeds of the used clothing and household items go towards their charity work. For the past several years The Arc has picked up the items that remain after the sale. Got to or call (360) 943-4785 or e-mail for more information.