Clothing Drive to Benefit Teen Challenge Kicks Off

Reported by: Amy Katcher
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Updated: 8/02/2013 6:40 pm
(WDEF) When you buy all those new clothes during the tax free weekends, we have a suggestion of what to do with your old stuff.
     Drop by the WDEF News12 studios and take part in our clothing drive.
     We're collecting gently worn clothing to benefit Teen Challenge.
     Roger Helle with Teen Challenge explains, "Teen Challenge is a faith based program that works with young adults and adults who have life-controlling addictions.  Whatever that addiction might be.  We have a one-year residential program where the major funding is provided through donations, gifts, donation pickup, to help take care of them for one whole year."
     You can also drop clothing off at our next Shred-It event at the Hamilton County Sheriff's Annex on Dayton Boulevard.
     You can get rid of any important documents at the same time.
     The Shred-It and clothing drive at the Sheriff's Annex happens Saturday August 17th from 9:00am until 1:00pm.
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