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Find What You Need

Bread for the City’s clothing room enjoys more than 700 visits each month. We offer attire, books, and small household goods for various seasons and occasions to our clients and their families.

All clothing and small goods are donated and provided free of charge. Toiletry packs (often containing soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, lotion, shampoo, conditioner, or other products) are also distributed through the clothing program.

Volunteers and donors are needed daily to help us maintain the space.

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Get Clothes Clients explore our SE clothing room once per week.
Donate Clothes The clothing room accepts seasonally appropriate attire at both centers.

How was your visit to the clothing room?  Use our Client Comment Form to share your thoughts.

Ready to Serve?

Volunteers offer critical support that ensures the clothing room is well-maintained.  Volunteers sort and separate donated items, assist clients as they search for particular sizes and clothing types, help donors carry bulk items, clean and straighten the space, and perform other duties as assigned.

Enjoy your visit to the clothing center!

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Melissa Frazier

Food, Clothing & Facilities Director

Melissa Frazier is responsible for supervising the operations, inventory, and distribution of Bread for the City's Food, Clothing, and Sustainable Agriculture divisions and the work of their associated staff. She also oversees all aspects of facilities maintenance and operations, repair, and renovation for the organization's two centers.

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Sharlene Blount

Clothing Room Supervisor

Sharlene Blount (Clothing Room Supervisor) has more than 29 years of service with Bread for the City. Her work has supported both centers, and her previous roles with the organization have included Front Desk Assistant, Clothing Room Coordinator, and Food Program Coordinator.

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Kesara Brewster

Benefits Assistant

Kesara Brewster is the Benefits Assistant for Bread for the City's Representative Payee Program (RPP). She previously served Bread for the City as our SE Volunteer Coordinator through the Public Allies/Americorps Program. She is a native Washingtonian and mother of five. Kesara graduated from Albright College in Reading, PA.

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