Clothing Donations Accepted Starting Thursday, July 1!
The St. Michael Clothing Connection ministry will resume activity in mid-July and will be accepting clothing donations effective July 1. As in the past, gently used clothing and accessories for all ages and genders will be accepted. Please bring your donations to the front office area and someone will advise as to where you may place them.
This ministry provides clothing to families within our parish and surrounding communities. Volunteers meet Thursday mornings from 9:00 AM to noon to pick-up, sort and fold donated clothing; assess and fulfill clothing requests from Christian Connection and other outreach organizations; and assist ministry leaders as needed.
Mission: Provide clothing to families in need.
- Since the ministry’s inception in 2010, fourteen clothing give-away events have been held and over 6,600 individuals have been assisted through this ministry.
- Approximately 80% of the gently-used clothing and shoes that are distributed by Clothing Connection are donated by St. Michael parishioners.
Ministry Leader Needed
The Clothing Connection Ministry is seeking a volunteer with strong organization, communication and leadership skills to fulfill the role of Ministry Leader, effective immediately. As Ministry Leader you would oversee a team of volunteers relative to folding/sorting sessions, give-away events, outreach contacts, daily/weekly donations of clothing, ongoing inventory, and fulfillment of family clothing requests. Additionally, you would communicate regularly with SMC staff, the Clothing Connection team and other parish ministries, as needed.
Marilyn Sinnes at 817.485.3302 or Click Here to Email
or Gina Morgan at 817.913.7689 or Click Here to Email
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"The bread which you do not use is the bread of the hungry; the garment hanging in your wardrobe is the garment of him who is naked; the shoes that you do not wear are the shoes of the one who is barefoot; the money that you keep locked away is the money of the poor; the acts of charity that you do not perform are so many injustices that you commit." St. Basil the Great