A big thank you to everyone who has donated their winter coats to the Take One Leave One project! Everyone has been so generous with their donations we even had to get a larger bin. The team have now collected enough warm winter woollies to last the rest of the cool winter months.
This means they will no longer be taking donations, so if you’ve been meaning to come and bring in your old coats and jumpers now is the time. Our donation bin is located at the back of the Belconnen Community Centre, and will be there until 12 August.
The ‘Take One’ clothing racks in ACT Libraries and support services will remain set up until the warm weather starts. Check the Take One Leave One – Winter Coat Project Facebook Page for the locations of ‘Take One’ racks.
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