Mid Levels / Pokfulam - Old Clothes Collection

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    Mid Levels / Pokfulam - Old Clothes Collection

    A few of us from the Rotary Club of Hong Kong South, are collecting old clothes (in good condition) and canned food for the following shelters / missions:

    - Bethune House (Food + Women's clothes) ( Bethune House )
    - Society for Protection of Children (Children's Clothes) ( HKSPC )
    and
    - Chungking Mansions Refugee Center (Food + Men's clothes) ( Chungking Mansions Service Centre )

    It is that time of the year when the charities / shelters need warm clothing and food for their clients.

    We plan on doing a pick up on Saturday, 28th of November

    Mid Levels (Caine Road, Conduit Road, Robinson Road) on the 28th Morning
    Pokfulam ( Baguio, Belair, Scenic Villas etc) on the 28th afternoon

    If you have warm clothes that are in good shape (no dirty / torn clothes please - this has to be dignified ) drop me a note and we can add you to the pick up list. We would appreciate if the clothes are sorted for men, women and children.

    We're are trying to arrange a drop off location in Central - PM me if you have a location or are looking to drop off and I'll make arrangements.

    Last edited by shri; 23-11-2009 at 12:54 PM.

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    shri, edit bolded month.


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    Thanks... I've still not woken up.


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    Know the feeling...

    Anyway, kudos for promoting this cause.


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    Just thought I'd share, my laundry guy will take any old clothes that I don't want anymore (yes, I select which ones, not him!).
    He washes and then gives them to charity.
    Probably worth checking with your own (referring to the readers of this thread) to see if your laundromat does the same.