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Service Uniform Partners Up With Local Charities To Help Those In Need

With hundreds of thousands of people affected by hurricanes and natural disasters in 2017 alone and over 40 million individuals who experience some kind of mental health issue every year throughout the United States, it became apparent to us at Service Uniform that we needed to reach out to these affected communities.

So, we decided to take action and donate clothing to organizations that are making a difference in these areas.

Matthew 25: Ministries

This nonprofit organization works internationally to provide disaster relief efforts to poor communities in need regardless of race, beliefs or politics. Through these efforts, they provide both educational resources as well as basic necessities like clothing and food.

Their educational programs help communities learn sustainable techniques to improve quality of life in their neighborhood. Some of these programs include beekeeping, green-housing, microenterprise and community development.

Visit their website to see how you can help. They are always looking for donations, including non-perishable food, hygiene supplies, school supplies, household items and first aid supplies.

Mental Health Center of Denver

This center gives people dealing with mental health issues a place to recover and prepare to transition back into society. They also offer services available to the community that do not require overnight stay.

They provide therapy services, suicide prevention, work and education training and healthy living classes. These classes include the eight pillars of wellness which are integrated throughout the center – emotional, financial, social, spiritual, occupational, physical, intellectual, and environmental. Visit their website to learn more about the services they provide.

Your Service Inspires Us

Service Uniform is proud to have donated clothing items to these organizations. We wish the best toward those individuals affected by natural disasters and mental health issues. Thank you to Matthew 25: Ministries and to the Mental Health Center of Denver for your hard work and the impact you are making in the world.

November 13, 2017 | Uncategorized