Junior League of Asheville hold children’s clothing drive

Press Release

The Junior League of Asheville

The Junior League of Asheville is currently collecting donations of children’s clothing to benefit the families of Children First Communities in Schools.

All seasons of clothing are needed for boys and girls ages 5-16. Items needed include: coats, shorts, pants, t-shirts, sweaters, shoes, socks, under garments, etc.

Donations can be dropped off at the Junior League of Asheville Headquarters located at 29 Biltmore Avenue Monday through Friday from 10:00AM – 2:00PM or given directly to a member of the Junior League of Asheville. Donations will be accepted through March 21st.

Junior League of Asheville members will be helping children and their families pick out clothing at the Johnston Elementary School, located at 230 Johnston Blvd, on March 22nd from 10:00AM – 3:00PM. Please call the Junior League of Asheville office at (828) 254-5608 with any questions.

About the Junior League of Asheville
The Junior League of Asheville (JLA) is a volunteer, non-profit women’s organization who has been serving the Asheville area and surrounding communities since 1925. We are part of a larger organization, the Association of Junior Leagues International Inc., which includes over 295 Leagues throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the United Kingdom. The Association of Junior Leagues International consists of approximately 160,000 women around the world, all striving for positive change in their communities. For more information on the JLA, please visit www.juniorleagueasheville.org.


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