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Gifts for the Homeless, Inc.
P.O. Box 820046
Washington, DC 20073

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October 4th, 2013 at 7:58 pm

2013 CAMPAIGN SUMMARY

  • GFTH is the only coordinated effort by D.C.’s legal community to help the area’s homeless.
  • GFTH is run by volunteers and has no overhead or administrative costs, so 100% of the donations we receive go to the homeless. All out-of-pocket costs are covered by donations from the Board of Directors and in-kind materials are donated by participating law firms and members of the Board.
  • In over 25 years, GFTH has raised over $3.5 million to purchase new clothing.
  • Last year’s effort was a huge success.
    • Last winter, the value of new clothing and blankets delivered area homeless shelters was over $1.5 million!
    • Approximately 70 firms and other organizations participated in the Used Clothing Drive.
    • 300 volunteers sorted over 4,000 bags of used clothing and delivered them to 65 Washington,
  • D.C. area shelters and service providers to the homeless.

Used Clothing Drive

  • Save the Date: Friday through Sunday – December 6-8, 2013!
  • Location: Portals III Complex – 12th and D Streets, SW, Washington, DC, First Floor on D Street side.
  • Please donate any of these items by the morning of Friday, December 6th:
    • used clothing of all kinds, but especially winter sweaters, coats, hats, and gloves, and
    • especially for men and children as the need is greatest
    • sleeping bags and blankets
    • business clothes for men and women at transitional shelters
    • sheets, pillow cases, and towels
    • travel-sized toiletries — shampoo and soap
    • shoes
    • household items
  • Volunteering opportunities are available on Friday, December 6th (unloading unsorted clothing, some sorting, and some deliveries); Saturday, December 7th (sorting, bagging and deliveries) and Sunday, December 8th (final deliveries and breaking down our site – morning only).
  • Volunteers are needed to sort and deliver clothing, including drivers with minivans or SUVs! Please go to www.gfth.org and visit the volunteering page

New Clothing Fundraising

  • Your contributions make a difference!
    • $25 purchases 5 dozen pairs of men’s socks
    • $33 purchases 1 dozen children’s heavy thinsulate-lined gloves
    • $50 buys 1 dozen heavy weight sweatshirts
    • $100 buys 1 dozen bubble jackets
    • $250 purchases 5 dozen sets of kid’s thermal underwear.
  • We purchase in bulk at deep discounts, so the actual value of what we provide is much higher — your dollars work harder when you put them to use with us!
  • You can contribute via check or online with your credit card.
  • Checks should be made payable to “Gifts for the Homeless, Inc.” and mailed to Gifts for the Homeless, Inc., P.O. Box 820046 Washington, DC 20073 (No FedEx or UPS deliveries please).
    • You can donate online via the Donating page at www.gfth.org.
    • If you donate during the Used Clothing Drive period – November/December – please indicate your firm, agency or organizational affiliation so we can credit your group for your generosity.
  • All donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law, because we are an Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization.

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