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Endeavour Foundation is calling on residents of Strathpine, Bray Park, Joyner, Warner, Warner Lakes and Lawnton to donate clothing this month.
Not only will you be freeing up space in your wardrobe and helping Endeavour support people with a disability, but by donating at least one bag of clothing you can go into the draw to win 50 Endeavour Prize Home tickets – that’s $500 worth of tickets!
Simply fill out the Endeavour Prize Home coupon that is distributed to homes along with the orange bags, place it inside your donation bag with your unwanted clothes and you’ll go into the draw.
Endeavour’s current prize home is a fully-furnished three-bedroom Buderim home valued at $724,715 (drawn Thursday 4 November).
View the home at www.endeavourprizehomes.com.au.
Endeavour’s Clothing Collection initiative sees unwanted clothes collected from homes and then sorted at Endeavour Foundation Industries, before being sent to an Endeavour Recycled Clothing store for re-sale, or poorer quality goods being cut and turned into industrial cleaning cloth.
And of course all proceeds go to Endeavour Foundation so by donating unwanted clothes you’ll be helping Endeavour provide accommodation, employment and education opportunities to people with a disability. Endeavour’s Clothing Collections will be made in Strathpine, Bray Park, Joyner, Warner, Warner Lakes and Lawnton this month (bags distributed next week, collected the following week).
Simply place clothes into the orange bags that will be distributed to homes in the area and leave the full bags near your kerb by 8am on the collection date.
Residents outside these areas can still donate clothes to your nearest Endeavour Recycled Clothing store at 675 Gympie Road, Lawnton or call (07) 3205 8188.
Dates for Strathpine, Bray Park, Joyner, Warner, Warner Lakes and Lawnton:
Jo Glover, Media and Communications Officer
Phone: (07) 3908 7257, 0429 065 440
Fax: (07) 3253 7271