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Donate Clothing through Several Bins throughout City

The City of Pawtucket and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rhode Island (BBBSRI) have announced a partnership bringing multiple clothing donation bins for residents to donate their bagged used clothing.

The bins will serve as collection points for community donations of clothing, sheets, shoes, textiles, and other cloth items to benefit BBBSRI mentoring programs. Donating used materials creates life-long friendships & keeps roughly three to five million pounds of cloth from the Rhode Island landfills each year!

Bins are currently located at:

  • Jenks Junior High School
  • City Hall
  • The Pawtucket Animal Shelter
  • Leon Mathieu Senior Center
  • The Pawtucket Department of Public Works\

Visit or call 401-921-2434 for more information on the donation bins.


About Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rhode Island

Big Brothers Bigs Sisters of Rhode Island is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to making a difference in the lives of children in our communities by providing children in our communities with professionally trained and supported adult mentors. With the help of our volunteer mentors, BBBSRI helps children understand and realize their full potential as they grow to be all they can be. With the help and support of their "Bigs", children ("Littles") are encouraged to overcome adversity, proudly recognize their strengths, and work to become better individuals every day of their lives.

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