Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Clothes Less Traveled donates $2K to The Healing Bridge Clinic

The Healing Bridge Clinic is a not-for-profit, free medical clinic providing primary medical care for the uninsured living below 200% of the poverty level in Fayette, Coweta and South Fulton counties. They are located at 215 Willow Bend Road, Peachtree City.  For more information contact director@healingbridgeclinic.org

Photo: Tanya Schoenhoff, Clinic Director with a team of all volunteer doctor's, nurses, nurse practioners, physician assistants, spiritual care providers and clinic clerical supporters who give their hearts and hands in "Healing the physical, as God Transforms the spiritual.

February Sale Event!

February kicks off our Sale A Day Event, leading up to our Store Wide Clearance Event March 2nd
and 3rd.
Here is a list of the first weeks
50% Off items:

Wednesday, Feb 1st- Women''s Sweaters
Thursday, Feb. 2nd- Lamps
Friday, Feb. 3rd- Mugs
Saturday, Feb. 4th-All Junior Shirts
Monday, Feb. 6th-Picture Art
Tuesday, Feb. 7th-Men''s Sweaters

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

50% OFF
All PJ''s
Women''s Blazers
Women''s 2-piece (excludes formal and sports wear)

No Valentines Day Items.

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Clothes Less Traveled Awards Grant to Fayette Senior Services

Fayette Senior Services (FSS) received a $10,000 grant award from Clothes Less Traveled, a not-for-profit thrift shop. The funds are in support of FSS’s Meals On Wheels and Transportation programs. FSS delivers nearly 40,000 Meals On Wheels annually to hundreds of Fayette’s seniors. The non-profit, 501.c.3 organization also this past year provided more than 15,000 transportation trips (included wheelchair assistance) to help seniors get to medical appointments, dialysis clinics, rehab, pharmacies, and other essential destinations. For more information about Fayette Senior Services visit www.FayetteLifeEnrichment.org or call 770-461-0813. Founded in 1997, Clothes Less Traveled Thrift Store is a non-profit, non-denominational faith-based initiative that provides rewarding volunteer opportunities. The CLT grant program helps local charities like FSS to further their mission and continue making a meaningful difference in the community. For more information visit www.clotheslesstraveled.org.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

CLT January 18th Sale

50% OFF

All Patio Items
All Furniture
Women Pants (exclude designer)
Junior Pants (exclude designer)
Men's Pants (exclude designer)
Boys and Girls Infant Clothing -Infant-24 months
Baby Toys, Baby Accessories, Nursery Decor, All Baby Items, Stuffed Animals.

No Yellow Tag Items or Valentine’s Day Items.

Joseph Sams School Receives Grant Funding from Clothes Less Traveled

Marie Sams, JSS Executive Director (L)
and Karen Stephens, CLT Board
The Joseph Sams School (www.josephsamsschool.org ), a private, non-profit organization serving students with special needs in Fayetteville, received a $15,000 grant from The Clothes Less Traveled Thrift Shop (CLT) throughout 2011. The funds have been used to support the school’s general operations. With the continuing economic downturn, non-profit organizations everywhere struggle to secure operational funds, and JSS is no exception. Funding from CLT has assisted the School in maintaining its full array of programs and services for children with mild to severe disabilities who range in age from birth to 22 years. Throughout 2011, JSS served over 100 children and their families through its 10-month school year program, Class-room Readiness/Tutorial Clinic, ASPIRE Afterschool Program, and 3-week summer school.

Just before Christmas, CLT awarded the School an additional $5000. JSS Executive Director Marie Sams stated, “These additional funds could not have come at a better time for our school; we are truly blessed to have such a wonderful organization as CLT in this county that supports so many worthy non-profit organizations.” Founded in l997, CLT is a non-profit, non-denominational faith-based initiative that provides grant funding to help local charities further their mission and make a difference in the community.

ABOUT THE JOSEPH SAMS SCHOOL Now in its 28th year, The Joseph Sams School, Inc. is a fully accredited, private, non-profit organization in Fayetteville, Georgia currently serving children who have mild to severe cognitive, physical or diagnosed developmental disabilities. The JSS is the only school of its kind in the metropolitan Atlanta area offering comprehensive services from birth to age 22 to such a broad range of individuals with disabilities. For more information, visit (www.josephsamsschool.org).

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Wednesday Sale Jan. 11th

50% OFF

All Shoes
All Toys, Puzzles, Games and Stuffed
Newborn-4T Short Sleeve Shirts .50 (Designer Excluded)
Young-Adult Short Sleeve Shirts $1.00 (Designer Excluded)


Sunday, January 8, 2012

Fayette Youth Protection Home Awarded Grant

L - R: Chuck Powers, CLT volunteer, Karen Stephens,
CLT Board and Becky Davenport, Fayette Youth Protection
Fayette Youth Protection Homes (FYPH) recently received a $5,000 grant award from The Clothes Less Traveled Thrift Shop as well as a bonus check for $3,000 in honor of Heather Dognazzi and Chuck Powers. Heather is a dedicated member of the Clothes Less Traveled Board of Directors, and Chuck is a volunteer recently recognized for his Above and Beyond Service to the Clothes Less Traveled. Both Heather and Chuck selected Fayette Youth Protection Homes as their preferred charity for 2011.

Fayette Youth Protection Homes will use the grant award to cover general operating expenses. FYPH is a non-profit organization which provides shelter and support to children and youth who have been the victims of abuse, neglect or other tragic circumstances. At the Friday-Johnson Home, a residential group home located in Brooks, GA, school-age children receive protection and healing through a structured and homelike environment, counseling, and most importantly, lots of hugs. FYPH also operates a private foster parenting program and a clothing resource center known as Gracie’s Closet which provides free clothing and supplies to children living in foster care on the south side of metro Atlanta.

Established in 1997, the Clothes Less Traveled Thrift Shop is a non-profit organization located in Peachtree City that resells gently used clothing and household items and then disburses the profits, after expenses, to needy organizations in the community.

FYPH Executive Director Becky Davenport states, “The Clothes Less Traveled Thrift Shop has been such a blessing to Fayette Youth Protection Homes, and we are so grateful to volunteers like Heather and Chuck who make such a positive difference in their community.”

For more information about the Clothes Less Traveled Thrift Shop, call 770-486-8517 or visit their website at www.clotheslesstraveled.org.

For more information about Fayette Youth Protection Homes, contact Becky Davenport at 770-461-7020 or visit their website at www.fyph.org.

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Wednesday Sale Jan. 4th

50% OFF

All PJ's
All Long Sleeve Shirts
All Coats and Jackets
All Sweatshirts, Sweaters and Fleece