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Winter coats donated to Denver Boys & Girls Club by USAgain

Fri December 20, 2013

Read the original story on Denver Post YourHub

USAgain, the textile recycling company based in Denver, proudly donated over 150 winter coats to the Arthur E. Johnson Branch of the Boys & Girls Club on December 4, 2013. The company’s goal was to give back to a great local charity and help keep Denver children warm this winter.

“Providing our communities with an alternative to throwing away unwanted clothing not only conserves landfill space and energy, but also supports the kids and families we serve in a fundamental way,” said John Arigoni, President and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver. “We rely on supporters like USAgain to provide these opportunities to make our community a better, and warmer, place.”

The donated coats were placed in USAgain bins throughout the month of November. This is the second year USAgain has donated to the Boys & Girls Club in Denver; we look forward to a great future of giving back to this great organization! Special thanks to all who stopped by our bins and donated winter coats – your effort goes a long way toward helping people and the environment. Give yourself a pat on the back – you deserve it!

“We collect all kinds of winter clothing and other items at our textile recycling bins,” said Mattias Wallander, CEO of USAgain. “It’s an easy decision to give back to our local communities by passing the winter items along to those who need it. We thank the Boys & Girls Club for giving us this opportunity.”