Men’s Clothing Drive Feb 7-28

Posted on: Jan 21, 2021

We’re collecting gently-used and new clothing for men in need in our community. Find out how you can help us support this special mission.

Carversville United Church of Christ (CUCC) will be collecting clothing for the Allentown Rescue Mission from Sunday, February 7 through February 28. The Allentown Rescue Mission is a non-denominational, Christian, social services organization, which provides critically-needed goods and services to homeless and impoverished men, without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, or religion.

We are collecting clothing that will not only help keep community members in need warm during these cold days but also will help them transition into warmer months ahead.

Suggested items to be donated include gently used men’s heavy and light coats, outdoor vests, sweaters, jeans, pants, long and short sleeve shirts, button down shirts, sweatshirts, fleece shirts and jackets, gloves, belts, hats, scarves, shoes and NEW socks and underwear (size L/XL). Clothing should be placed in plastic bags.

Please note that used undergarments and socks will not be accepted. As the Allentown Rescue Mission provides services only to men, clothing for women and children cannot be collected at this time.

Gently used and new clothing may be dropped off at the church, located at 3736 Aquetong Road, Carversville, PA 18913. All items can be safely dropped off at a special tent, graciously on loan from Boy Scout Troop 64, that will be located in the church’s parking lot February 7 through 28.

For more information, contact the church office: 215-297-5166 or send us an email: You may also direct message us via Facebook: @carversvilleucc

Thank you for helping us continue to care for those in need in our community during these cold weather months and trying economic times.

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