On Canada Day, Moores Clothing for Men is launching its Seventh Annual Canadian Suit Drive. Stores across the nation will be collecting gently used men’s and women’s professional attire to give unemployed people a chance to look their best as they get back on their feet and into the workforce.
Nick Cannon (TV host, producer, entrepreneur and philanthropist), is partnering with Moores Clothing to call attention to the program by making a personal donation and encouraging everyone in Canada to clean out their closets this #SuitDrive.
You can help by donating your gently-used professional clothing, including men’s and women’s suits, ties, jackets, shirts, pants, belts and shoes at all 126 Moores store locations around the country starting July 1st through July 31st. As a thank you, donors will receive 50 percent off their next purchase of regular priced retail items (excluding shoes, clearance and Exceptional Value items).
Clothing collected at Moores stores will be distributed to over 60 local recipient organizations across the country that help disadvantaged people regain their self-esteem through employment, job readiness programs, and workforce assistance. Over the past six years, the Canadian Suit Drive has collected more than 250,000 items of clothing.
Get Social With #Suitdrive
The Canadian Suit Drive is symbolized by a blue hanger. To help spread the word, Moores wants you to share the #SuitDrive post found on their Facebook and Twitter pages. For every share, the company will donate $1 (up to $25,000) to the local recipient organizations they have partnered with.
You can also help raise awareness when you donate by sharing a photo of an empty hanger in your hometown, with a unique background, using hashtag #SuitDrive. Moores will be sharing their favourite photos throughout the month of July!
For more info visit MooresClothing.com