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Help Tempe teens stay warm by donating hoodies

Posted 11/26/21

The Tempe Community Council’s Threadz teen closet is holding a hoodie drive from now until Dec. 3 to help clothe the area’s youth.

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Nonprofits

Help Tempe teens stay warm by donating hoodies

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The Tempe Community Council’s Threadz teen closet is holding a hoodie drive from now until Dec. 3 to help clothe the area’s youth.

Tempe residents are being encouraged to donate new or gently-used hoodies in adult sizes, either medium or large. Neutral colors are preferred. The nonprofit said hoodies are the most requested item at Threadz, which offers clothes for teens in need.

Threadz is a free resource for families at Tempe High School and Marcos de Niza high school.

Drop-off locations are available throughout the city, including at Tempe Elementary School District Office, Tempe Union High School District Office, the Tempe Public Library, the Tempe Family YMCA and Tempe Fire Station #3, located on McClintock Drive. Cash donations will also be accepted online at https://www.tempecommunitycouncil.­­org/ threadz/.

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