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Give Love, Get Love

Submitted by on August 16, 2010 – No Comment

The salvation Army has made a new friend in the retail industry. And when I say new, I mean it.

Another great store has come to California. This one is called Foreign Exchange and its goal is stated in black and white on the company website:

  • Foreign Exchange is a new clothing company seeking to positively impact and change the fashion industry.
  • We, here at Foreign Exchange, strive to unify different cultures and diversities through fashion. Our stores feature items designed and created by individuals from all over the world.
  • In addition to those other designers, Foreign Exchange has a private line that features attention to detail, comfort and quality that surpasses the expectations of today’s trend-setter.
  • From September 6th to the 19th, you can donate gently-used clothing items at one of Foreign Exchange’s 15 Southern California locations through their Give Love, Get Love campaign and get a trendy, new graphic t-shirt. Click here for the Foreign Exchange store locator.

    Your donated items will be sold in Salvation Army Thrift Stores to raise money to fund our no-fee drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs in communities across the state.

    For more information about Foreign Exchange, click here for a link to their Facebook page.

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