Woonsocket Rotary will be holding their annual clothing drive on Saturday, September 24, 2022 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.  Donations will be accepted at two Woonsocket locations, Radio Station WNRI located at 786 Diamond Hill Road and Holy Trinity Catholic Church located at 1409 Park Avenue. Woonsocket Rotary is seeking donations of new and gently used children’s clothing suitable for ages 0 -17 for foster children and other families in need. The clothing drive will benefit the “just for you” clothing closet and is brought to the community through a partnership of Woonsocket Rotary and Community Care Alliance.


The “just for you” clothing closet serves as a giving center for foster, homeless, and disadvantaged children residing in the Woonsocket, North Smithfield, and Burrillville area communities.  The program offers new and gently used clothing, toiletries, backpacks and diapers at no cost to the families.


The space is located at 245 Main Street, Woonsocket, RI and hours of operation are 1:30-4:00 pm Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday.  Appointments can also be made through Community Care Alliance at (401) 235-7000 or the Woonsocket Rotary Club via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


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