AUNE Net Impact Clothing Drive – Benefiting Keene Community Kitchen

Please take a moment and look in your closet for our Winter Clothing Drive.

Antioch University New England’s Net Impact chapter, through the Management Department, is collecting articles of clothing to donate to the Keene Community Kitchen. We are looking for winter clothes that you are willing to give. Please bring new or slightly used articles of clothing. A few times a week we will pick up the donated clothing and drop it off at the Keene Community Kitchen for those in need.

Donation boxes are located in the main lobby, and in the hall towards the Human Resources offices. Ask family and friends for donations too. Your contribution adds to AUNE’s commitments to support the community, including the annual fundraisers for the Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention’s Holiday Family program, which helps makes the holiday happier for victims of domestic violence and their families, and the year round Perpetual Food Pledge, the 2012 Net Impact chapter service project, which is an initiative to provide local food banks with a more reliable and sustainable supply of food year round.

Thank you so much for your support.

Final Pick Up to be December 14, 2014.

What is Net Impact?

Net Impact is a leading nonprofit that empowers a new generation to use their careers to drive transformational change in the workplace and the world. AUNE’s Net Impact chapter is nested within the Management Department.

Contact: Chad Czelusniak-Serviss
[email protected]

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