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Rotary Club hosts annual warm clothing drive to help homeless

Donations benefit Gateway of Hope Homeless Shelter residents
The Rotary Club is collecting warm clothing donations on Tuesday, Nov. 28, to benefit residents of the Salvation Army’s Gateway of Hope Homeless Shelter. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

People who have warm clothes that are gently used (and clean) and not worn anymore have an opportunity to give it away to a good cause.

On Tuesday, Nov. 28, the Satellite Rotary Club of Langley Central Sunset is hosting its seventh annual warm clothing drive to help Langley’s most vulnerable.

“In these difficult times, your warm clothing donation will go a long way to help those in need,” said Kadonah Davis, coordinator for this year’s drive.

Unique this year is an optional drive-thru to drop off donations.

Clothing, blankets, hats, mittens, socks, and sweaters are needed, Davis said.

“We are grateful for initiatives like the Rotary Club’s annual warm clothing drive where we can work together to tangible meet human needs and be a transforming influence in our Langley community,” commented Justin Napier, executive director of the Gateway of Hope.

Donations can be dropped off at the Langley Senior’s Resource Centre from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 28. Club members will be on site to receive donated items.

Anyone with questions can email

The centre is at 20605 51b Ave.

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