1. Hundreds of program participants each year are outfitted with new wardrobes for their new life.
2. People from the community, in need of clothing are granted access to these clothes.
3. Local shelters receive donations from our collections.
4. The remaining balance of clothing, for which we do not have a direct use, is sold to thrift store partners generating financial income that subsidizes our program costs: housing, utilities, transportation, counseling, education, life skills-training, books, and much more. These sales assist in supporting our ministry programs throughout the Southeast. Additionally, these sales support over 300 jobs that we have created giving a "hand-up" opportunity to those with few employment options.