A North Shore non-profit, Harvest Project, is inviting the community to its legendary ‘Pop-Up Clothing Sale’.
Today, the pop-up sale takes place from 12 pm until 10 am, and tomorrow, September 30, from 12 pm until 8 pm at the Pipe Shop venue, 115 Victory Ship Way. Thousands of new and gently-used clothing items, and all at $10 each.
This clothing donation has come from CBS television productions filmed over the past few years.
“Part of our efforts in creating engaging & diverse entertainment is in giving back to the tremendously supportive community we service. It is our privilege to support Harvest Project and its efforts in giving a hand up to all those in need,” says the CBS office.
Harvest Project is thanking many local film and TV production companies for donating this amazing inventory.
“Thank You to our many local supporters and sponsors. Your thrift shopping supports our work with people finding themselves on the margins in our community,” said the non-profit.
Here are some of the people and companies Harvest Project has expressed its gratitude for their support: Paul White at the CBS Local office for coordinating the amazing donation of new and gently used clothing
Kelly Riegler the Harvest Project Clothes for Change’s social media promoter, Outstanding Thrifter, and Event coordinator extraordinaire. Malkin Cleaners in West Vancouver for allowing their space to store some of the clothing donations.
Harvest Project is also grateful to Quay North Urban Development, which negotiated a reduced rate for The Pipe Shop Venue.
Edgemont Moving and Storage donated a truck and two staff to help move the clothing, while Univar Solutions in Richmond also supplied a truck and a full team of employees for a full day to help set up the sale.
“Thank you to all the volunteers from our community that step up and donate over 1500 hours to make this event one of the most fun and successful fundraiser in the North Shore of Vancouver,” says Harvest Project.