Clothed by Faith in Desperate Need of Donated Clothing

Empty donations bins at Clothed by Faith. CBF photo

KATY (Covering Fort Bend News) – Many people remember that Clothed by Faith helped thousands of people during Hurricane Harvey and now they need the public’s help so the nonprofit group can continue its good works. Many of the important donations bins are empty at Clothed by Faith, an organization that supplies new and gently used clothing to those in need.

“All of our donation bins are empty even our women’s which hardly ever happens,” said a social media post from CBF.

“We need donations of everything, all sizes, and all ages. We are in need today of Men’s 3x in particular for a client,” the post said.

Donations should be dropped to 802 Dominion Drive, Katy 77450, Monday – Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and outside of these hours bagged donation can be placed in their two donation bins located at the side of the building.

Clothed By Faith relies on donations – both financial and of new and gently used clothing. Without private support, the organization can not help its clients.

CBF helps those in need through specific projects, often at the request of other charitable organizations, but also through individuals with nowhere else to go, who approach the organization for help. Undergarments and socks are always supplied new.

Clothed By Faith is a nonprofit 501c3 that is recognized by the IRS as a charitable organization which can provide tax receipts for both financial and material contributions.

Click HEREto learn more about how CBF helps the community.


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