HomeAid Southern Nevada is on a mission to supply the homeless population of Southern Nevada with the living essentials they need to survive in the desert.
That's why they have started accepting clothing and other personal items for donation ahead of its Fall Pop-Up Shop in September.
They are accepting donations of new or gently used: clothing; new underwear for men and women; new and gently used bras, as well as clothing accessories;
"This pop-up shop aims to supply homeless individuals with basic necessities, allowing them to feel more comfortable in their daily life," said Nat Hodgson, CEO of SNHBA. "That encouragement, along with the many services that CARE Complex provides, will hopefully lead them down the path to obtaining self-reliance."
You can drop your donation at HASN and Southern Nevada Home Builders Association's (SNHBA) office, located at 4175 South Riley Street, Suite 100, near West Flamingo and El Capitan Way until September 7th.
The Fall Pop-Up Shop "will provide hundreds of homeless individuals with the chance to 'shop' for donated clothing sourced from the local community," HASN said.