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An Opportunity to Organize a "Clothing and Accessory Drive" for WHEAT's Clothes Silo

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WHEAT

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A fun, hands on activity for your company, professional association, community organization or social group. To receive a CLOTHING DRIVE KIT guidelines and planning tips, email wheat@HungerHurts.org with your name, address and telephone number. The kit includes everything you need to know about organizing a drive, including flyers, planning checklists and donation guidelines. Please do not schedule your drive until we have agreed upon a mutually convenient time frame.

WHEAT's Clothes Silo provides free. professional clothing to over 7,000 women in need every year for their interviews and first days on the job. We ARE helping women succeed through this empowerment program that gives the women that something extra to boost their confidence!

Our goal is to provide a beautiful boutique atmosphere for our clients with the best selection of outfits for all types of employment. You will be helping us achieve this when you help out with a Clothing and Accessory Drive!

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About WHEAT

Location:

4000 North 7th Street, Ste 118, Phoenix, AZ 85014, US

Mission Statement

The mission of WHEAT is to educate, advocate, engage and empower individuals to action in the fight against hunger and poverty.

Description

WHEAT: educates through workshops, civic speaking, leadership training and key note presentations; advocates through active participation within the legislative process, both locally and nationally; engages and empowers individuals caught in the poverty trap to self sustenance through their own participation in the anti-hunger campaign and by inspiring others to volunteer toward an end to hunger.

PROGRAMS

The Clothes Silo, a clothing boutique empowering disadvantaged women through the provision of free workwear.
The Fair Trade Store, fighting global poverty with fair and ethically traded gifts and goods.
WHEAT’s Management Training, providing skill building workshops and on-the-job training throughout the Phoenix area.

Community
Education & Literacy
Employment

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Adult Education
  • Customer Service
  • Community Outreach
  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Professional Development
  • Group Facilitation

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 25
  • Orientation or Training
  • Minimum: 6 hours per month
  • Must be able to deliver items collected to Central Phoenix. Postage and shipping are far too expens

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