Be Green. Save Some Green.
Are you sick of your old clothes? Do you sometimes wish you could just change your wardrobe with someone else? Are you concerned with the environmental effects of consuming clothing and other household goods? Do you need an excuse to do some summer cleaning and purge? Do you love free stuff? If you answered yes to any of these questions, we've got just the event for you! Vancouver Green Drinks is putting on a community clothing swap in August, in place of their monthly networking event. They are partnering with the Habitat for Humanity Store to bring you this exciting opportunity to clean out your closets, get some lightly used clothing, and have some fun-all for free!
The Vancouver Green Drinks Community Clothing Swap will take place August 8, 2012, 5:30 pm at the Clark County Habitat for Humanity ReStore (5000 E Fourth Plain). The idea behind the community clothing swap is to get free clothing and other usable items; and get rid of good, usable stuff you no longer want or need. No money will change hands at this event! Unless, of course, you would like to make a donation to Habitat for Humanity, those will be gladly accepted!
Dig through your closet, drawers and storage, wash clothes you no longer love/wear/need and bring them to this clothing swap. Accepted items will include men's, women's and children's clothing of all sizes, shoes, bags, accessories, household goods, electronics,
media (music, movies, games). Please do not bring TV's, microwaves, broken, ripped, stained, or unusable items.
Drop off items as early as 5pm, then mingle with friends and browse Empower Up and the Restore while items are being sorted into general categories, then the shopping starts at 5:30! Take what looks good to you, try it on and take it home! At the end of the night, all unclaimed items will be donated to local non-profits. Again, there is no fee to attend this event, and all items will be free, and everyone is invited!