Jump into spring cleaning and declutter your space. Did you know that studies show that decluttering your space reduces stress, improves your mood and increases productivity? Enhance your life and a child’s life at the same time. When you donate your gently used clothes to Big Brothers Clothing Donation, you are helping fund programs that put smiles on the faces of thousands of children in our community.
Whether your donation is big or small, you can find one of their conveniently located bins near you. There are 75 bins across Greater Vancouver.
Your donations will help Big Brothers support thousands of local children each year. Children in Big Brothers mentoring programs after just one year feel: An increased sense of belonging, higher self-confidence, better attitudes towards school, respected, and empowered. Thank you for helping children reach their full potential. Visit BIGclothingdonation.com and click “Where the Money Goes” to discover how your donations help kids. If you are unable to drop off your donations to a Big Brothers bin, you can also book a FREE home pick-up online.
To encourage you to donate their clothes, Big Brothers of Greater Vancouver is offering one Vancity Buzz reader the chance to win a tech prize pack. Use the hashtag #ClothingDonation as part of the contest listed below for your chance to win.
Enter for your chance to win a technology pack that includes a pair of ifidelity Blurr Bluetooth Earbuds and a Fuji Instax Share Printer. (Valued at over $250)
To enter for your chance to win a technology pack that includes a pair of ifidelity Blurr Bluetooth Earbuds and a Fuji Instax Share Printer, do at least one of the following:
1. Follow Big Brothers of Greater Vancouver on Instagram – @bigbrosonline. Leave a comment below telling us once you have (1 entry)
2. Tweet the following on Twitter and comment below telling us once you have: (1 entry)
Contest entries will be accepted from time and date of publishing until 11:59 a.m. PST on Monday, May 19. One winner will be chosen at random and contacted through the platform they enter by.