NAPERVILLE, IL — The Rotary Club of Naperville Sunrise kicked off its 22nd Annual winter clothing drive Friday. The clothing drive will run through Nov. 18 and will benefit 360 Youth Services and Sharing Connections.
Residents are asked to donate new or gently used:
Donation boxes will be placed at the following locations throughout Naperville and surrounding suburbs:
- Naperville Fire Department Administration Building at 1380 Aurora Ave.
- Anderson’s Bookstores in Naperville and Downers Grove
- Anderson’s Toy Shop
- Colbert Custom Framing & Art Printing
- Coldwell Banker at 1212 S. Naper Blvd.
- DuPage Unitarian Universalist Church
- Dutchman Heating on Ogden Avenue
- Fort Hill Activity Center
- Fry YMCA
- Gerald Subaru
- Grow Wellness Group in the Fifth Avenue Station
- All Naperville Bank and Trust locations
- Naperbrook and Springbrook Golf Courses
- Raymond James at 620 N. River Rd.
“The mission of Rotary is ‘Service Above Self,’ and we are proud to partner with 360 Youth Services for their teen and young adult residential clients and Sharing Connections to deliver warm clothing to those in our area who are in need in the upcoming winter season,” Mike Tenuta, Rotary Club of Naperville Sunrise President, said in a news release. “The Naperville community has always been very generous, and we look forward to another successful Winter Clothing Drive.”