Black Vikings Pee Wee Football

The Pee Wee Black Vikings football team knows how to tackle a problem. For some young players and their families, funds aren’t always readily available for sports or extra curricular activities. That’s why the team scored a touchdown when they decided to do a Clothing Fundraiser drive with Clothes for the Cause. The Snohomish, Washington players wanted to raise enough money so parents wouldn’t have to purchase anything for their boys outside of registration and cleats. The money they raised goes towards boys sweatshirts, t-shirts, shorts, trophies, a team trip to the pumpkin patch and the end of the year
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Jason Perry

It’s no wonder why people love it when Jason Perry shows up at their fundraisers. He’s a truck driver for Clothes for the Cause in North Bend, Washington and has a great outlook on life and his job! “The best part of the job is when the truck I’m driving pulls up to the event and people get started to load it up. The energy is really exciting, and everyone invigorated! Also, the event planners are kind and outgoing,” said Perry. Jason Perry is 38 years old and was born in Provo, Utah, but has lived most of his life
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Empowering Teens – Giving Back through Clothing Drive Fundraisers

Our fundraiser is so easy, even a teenager can do it, but probably not just any teen. Madalyn Martin is not your typical teenager. When she was 10 years old, she started doing fundraisers to give hearing aids to kids that couldn’t afford them. Now that she’s 16, she’s continuing in her giving and altruistic ways. Madalyn is the president of her Key Club, and a member of Job’s Daughter’s, which is for the daughters and granddaughters of Free Masons. They focus on work for Shriners Hospital and Hearing Aids for Kids (HIKE). She just helped organize her second successful
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Turning Unwanted Clothes into New Uniforms

School Clothing Drive Fundraiser Some Weiser Middle School Wildcats are sporting new uniforms, thanks to Clothes for the Cause and a coach that has really gone the extra mile for them. Michelle Estes is a JV Volleyball coach at Weiser High School, yet she is working tireless hours to help the middle school students, because she knows the school just doesn’t have the budget for new uniforms. Last year, she completed a Clothing Drive Fundraiser for new uniforms for the girl’s Wildcat volleyball teams. Culminating in March, they had a five week campaign and turned in around 10,500 pounds! Enough
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Clothes for the Cause Fundraising – Partners with Our Place

When two California women decided to open a shelter for victims of domestic abuse, they decided a clothing drive fundraiser was the perfect way to get started. Destiny Grigsby and Jessica Cupp are two talented women with a vision, a dream and a plan. They are starting a shelter in Riverside, California and naming it, “Our Place”. They both want to make a difference in the lives of women and children, who are victims of domestic violence and abuse. They held their first event at Wilderness Park in Downey, California, so that all of their friends and family could drop
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Clothing Fundraiser Helps Bring son home from Africa

The Sanborn family from Maple Valley, Washington knew something was missing. They already have six kids, but they wanted to bring one more wonderful son out of Africa. They say that they heard about a boy named Peter in Uganda, and felt that God wanted them to do this, and that they were meant to bring him into their family. Like most large families, their budget is tight. Money for travel and adoption fees can be expensive. How could they afford to bring Peter, their adopted son home to Washington? They found their answer: a Clothing Drive Fundraising Event through Clothes
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Celebrate. Remember. Fight Back.

  Cancer touches so many lives. For Nancy Whitney, this years clothing drive fundraiser was very personal. She helped start a “Relay for Life” team in 2007 after cancer took her brother’s life. Since then, she has also been touched and motivated by other cancer survivors. This is the second year the La Mirada, California Clothes for the Cause team of Nancy Whitney, Susan Hopkey, Kristin Wall, and Misti Blodgett have worked with her Relay for Life team for a clothing drive fundraiser in the fight against cancer. Celebrate. Remember. Fight Back. The American Cancer Society Relay For Life event is a life-changing experience
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