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Dec 282013
 

A photo from the last January clothing drive contributions.

A photo from the last January clothing drive contributions.

The Amity Student Government will begin a clothing drive after the holiday break.

Take some time over the holiday break to clean out your closets.

All donations go to the Birmingham’s Domestic Violence Shelter.

Last January’s drive was a huge success and the Student Government hopes to match or exceed those contributions this January.

Orange Live will have full information as soon as it becomes available.

Jan 202013
 

The Amity Student Government is now sponsoring its annual clothing drive.  All donated clothes benefit BHcare’s, Centers for Domestic Violence.  Men, women and children receive these items.

Advisor Len Marazzi said, “BHcare serves the greater Naugatuck Valley, New Haven, North Haven and the shoreline.  More than 2,000 items have been donated thus far.  The drive ends Friday, Jan. 25.”

This year’s donations so far.

If you would like to donate just stop by Amity H.S. and drop off your items in the boxes in the front of school.

With just one week remaining, Amity students especially are encouraged to participate. Bring in one bag of clothing you no longer wear to help those less fortunate.

 

Originally Published on: Jan 16, 2013 @ 11:08 p.m.

Jan 042013
 

The Amity Student Government is running its annual clothing drive to benefit BHcare now until Friday, Jan. 25.

BHcare is a state-licensed, non-profit behavioral health care provider serving the Lower Naugatuck Valley, Greater New Haven, and Shoreline communities.

For more than 30 years, BHcare – through its founding organizations, Birmingham Group Health Services and Harbor Health Services – has been providing hope and help for individuals, families and children affected by mental illness, domestic violence and substance abuse.

All donations benefit the Center for Violence Services (CDSV). Please drop off all clothing to the boxes located in the front hallway at the High School or contact Len Marazzi, Student Government Advisor for a pick up at [email protected].