Drexel Green to Hold Clothing Drive at Drexel Women’s Basketball Game

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  • Sustainability Council (Drexel Green) joining forces with Drexel Athletics and community partners for clothing drive Friday, November 11.

  • In support of local veterans, group will donate men's items to Veteran's Group in Powelton neighborhood.

The Sustainability Council (Drexel Green) is partnering with Drexel Athletics and community partners to hold a clothing drive from 5-7 p.m. on Friday, November 11. The group will be collecting new and used clothing and shoes at the DAC north gym entrance before the start of the 7 p.m. Women’s Basketball National Invitational Tournament, where the Drexel Women’s Basketball team will take on Long Island.

In support of local veterans, the group will donate all salvageable men’s items to a Veteran’s Group in the Powelton neighborhood. The rest will be donated to other charitable organizations or will be recycled. For more information regarding the clothing collection, e-mail sustainability@drexel.edu.

After you drop off clothes, stay for the game at and support our team! Request a free game ticket. Tickets will be given out on a first-come, first-served basis until they’re gone.

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