Give Warmth This Holiday Season

Gardner-White is helping the Salvation Army, one sweater at a time.

When it comes to donations, the Salvation Army is always collecting gently used goods and clothing. But during the holidays, there is always an extra need for clothing, especially the warm stuff. So, to help out the cause and give back its community, Gardner-White is turning each of its furniture stores into donation centers.

When you stop by to check out our Year End Steals Now sale, bring your old, gently used clothing and place them in our donation bin. Any type of clothing will be accepted, but this time of year the Salvation Army seeks items like:

  • Sweaters
  • Long johns
  • Parkas
  • Pants
  • Winter jackets
  • Hooded Sweatshirts
  • Pajamas
On top of the great personal satisfaction of giving back and helping the Salvation Army provide its life-changing services, when you make a contribution at Gardner-White, you will get a free Best Buy electronics gift. Talk about a win / win / win situation, right?

How do your donations help?

The Salvation Army provides at-risk citizens and families of Southeast Michigan across Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne Counties. All donations help to support The Salvation Army Southeast Michigan Adult Rehabilitation Centers’ independently funded, 180-day residential rehabilitation programs for adults which helps get their lives back on track.

Everything the Salvation Army does benefits the community and, according to Gardner-White Vice President Rachel Tronstein, “Gardner-White is delighted to partner with the Salvation Army to continue providing critical services to needy members of the community, and also to make giving more accessible for metro Detroiters so together we can build the type of community we want to live in.”

Donations will be accepted at Gardner-White stores until Dec. 31, 2013 during normal store hours.

 

2 Comments

  • Gwenette Skinner

    November 24, 2018 at 7:10 pm

    Hi my name is Gwenette Skinner my family is in need of a great Christmas this year because last year I couldn’t get them anything it hurts my heart everyday I have four daughter’s their ages is 21,19,18,16 and I have two daughter’s disabled and the oldest is pregnant and my 16 year old she is doing an excellent job in school as a mother need help for Christmas for her daughter’s just want them to be happy on Christmas please help my family.

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