Thursday, February 17, 2011
Christine Burton works at the headquarters of The Salvation Army’s Western Territory. Every morning she comes to work looking like she stepped out of the pages of a fashion magazine.
She’s always coordinated, accessorized and super stylish. Her look is totally creative and appropriately professional.
How does she do it, you ask? She shops for pieces at The Salvation Army Family Store near her home!
Click here to read more about Christine’s shopping strategy and to see more images of the first outfit featured in the West’s series called “Christine’s Closet.”
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Did y’all hear about former Michigan Wolverines football coach Rich Rodriguez? After being fired, he turned what could have been a really crummy situation into a great opportunity for his community.
Looking to move on by parting with his significant wardrobe of Michigan-related items (432 to be exact), Rodriguez cleaned out his closet and donated the clothes to a local Salvation Army thrift store in Wayne, Michigan.
The Salvation Army decided to auction off much of the gear and raised nearly $13,000 thanks to the hundreds of bidders who showed up for the event!
It turned out to be a great final play for the former coach. Read more here at The Detroit News.
Friday, June 25, 2010
The styles below look like they were ripped from the pages of a high-end fashion magazine…
But would you believe the models featured are all wearing clothes that were donated to The Salvation Army?
In Argentina, the local Salvation Army teamed up with ad agency JWT Argentina and five of the country’s top fashion designers to put together these stunning outfits, blowing away conventional ideas of thrift store style!
The goal of The Salvation Army Argentina’s “Sr. Amor” campaign is to raise awareness of the importance of recycling clothes through donation and resale, which benefits both people in need and the environment.
The pieces pictured above were auctioned off earlier this month with the funds raised going to support The Salvation Army.
Now don’t let Argentina have all the fun. Visit our site www.satruck.org to learn more about donating clothes and other items to The Salvation Army. Your generous gifts donated to our Family Thrift Stores willsupport the work of our Adult Rehabilitation Centers. You could look around stores to see if you find some new inspiring treasures for yourself!