Author: Gerhard Treiber

<strong>End of Fall/Winter Season</strong>

End of Fall/Winter Season

We have wrapped up our fall/winter season.  Over the next 6-8 weeks we will pack up the winter clothes and bring in summer items for the new season.  During this period, we will not be accepting appointments or clothing requests.  We hope to open for 

<strong>Temporary Pause in Clothing Donations</strong>

Temporary Pause in Clothing Donations

We have temporarily paused clothing donations.  Thanks to the support of the generous Arlington community, we were able to give away over 52,000 items of clothing to over 1,405 kids in 2023.  We are now transitioning the store to the spring/summer season and cannot process 

<strong>Ready for Fall/Winter Season</strong>

Ready for Fall/Winter Season

We’re excited to welcome families to shop for the 2023/24 fall and winter season. The store is stocked with fleeces, winter coats and items to keep kids toasty while walking to school, waiting for the bus, or playing on the playground. We expect to see 1,000 kids visit the store before the end of the season in January. If you’d like to help out, please check out our Volunteer page. Tasks are easy to learn and very rewarding.

<strong>Accepting winter Clothing Donations Starting Mid-September</strong>

Accepting winter Clothing Donations Starting Mid-September

We’ve completed the switchover to the winter season at The Clothesline and will start accepting clothing donations on September 23. For more information about our donation criteria and where to donate, please look at our flyer.

<strong>End of Summer Season</strong>

End of Summer Season

We have completed our summer season for 2023!  Over 800 kids received summer outfits, totaling more than 16,000 items given away.  We’ll take a break in August while we set up the store for back-to-school and the fall/winter season.  New appointments will be available starting 

<strong>Give to the 2023 Shoe Campaign!</strong>

Give to the 2023 Shoe Campaign!

A new pair of shoes can make all the difference!  We are currently raising funds to support our goal of providing a comfortable and good-looking pair of shoes to each of the 1,200 kids we expect to serve this year.  Shoes are one of the most important and costly items in the wardrobes we provide to families.  Can you help us make this possible?  Give now at this link.  Thank you!!!   

<strong>Kicking Off the Summer Season</strong>

Kicking Off the Summer Season

We are excited to be starting our spring/summer season for clients at The Clothesline!  Families are welcome to start shopping in the store for their kids at the end of March through late July.  We have transitioned our store over to shorts and T-shirts in 

End of Fall/Winter Season

End of Fall/Winter Season

We have wrapped up our fall/winter season.  Over the next 6-8 weeks we will pack up the winter clothes and bring in summer items for the new season.  During this period, we will not be accepting appointments or clothing requests.  We hope to open for 

Accepting winter Clothing Donations Starting Mid-September 

Accepting winter Clothing Donations Starting Mid-September 

We’ve completed the switchover to the winter season at The Clothesline and will start accepting clothing donations after the APS summer Break.  At this time, we will only be able to process winter clothing.  We have limited space in the store, which we want to maximize for our winter clients.  If you could hold your spring/summer clothing until the New Year, we would appreciate it.  For more information about our donation criteria and where to donate, please look at our flyer.

End of Summer Season

End of Summer Season

We have completed our summer season for 2022!  Over 600 kids received summer outfits, totaling nearly 13,000 items given away.  We’ll take a break in August while we set up the store for back-to-school and the fall/winter season.  New appointments will be available starting in