Clothes That Work seeks clothing donations for tornado victims

Clothes That Work, a Dayton nonprofit group that provides career attire for those in need, is requesting donations of work-appropriate summer season replacement clothing to be given to victims of the Memorial Day tornadoes.

CTW is working with the Dayton area American Red Cross in its tornado relief effort.

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“Dayton’s devastation includes people who lost everything in the recent tornado, including their work wardrobes,” CTW Executive Director Cindy Garner said in a news release. “It is hard to return to work when you have nothing to wear.”

Items needed for men and women include new or gently-used and work-appropriate pants, tops and shoes. They also are requesting new and packaged undergarments and socks.

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Donations may be dropped off at the CTW location in the Job Center, 1133 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd., Suite 392, Dayton.

More clients than usual are anticipated due to increased need.

For more information call 937-222-3778 or visit CTW's website.

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