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Clean out Your Closet for a Good Cause

Locations Foundation to Collect Lightly Used Clothing for Hawaii's Families and Children in Need

The Locations Foundation is pleased to kick off its 7th annual Locations Foundation Clothing Drive to collect clothing and funds for local nonprofits dedicated to supporting Hawaii's children and families in need. This year, the Foundation is excited to partner once again with three deserving nonprofits: the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Hawaii, Institute for Human Services (IHS) and Partners in Development - Ka Paalana Homeless Family Education Program.

Locations Foundation supporters at the 2016 Clothing Drive weigh-in.


How to Donate


From June 12-16, drop off your lightly used articles of clothing, including: shoes or slippers, linens, towels, toiletries and job interview-appropriate items for men and women at any of the following locations:

  • Diamond Head: 614 Kapahulu Ave. #300 (Same building as Side Street Inn on Da Strip)
  • Kailua: 151 Hekili St. #120 (Near Boots & Kimo's)
  • Kapolei: 91-579 Farrington Hwy. #206 (Near Jack in the Box)
  • Kapolei Retail: 91-590 Farrington Hwy. #125 (Next to Sushi Bay)
  • Mililani: 95-720 Lanikuhana Ave. #120 (Next to Central Pacific Bank)
  • Pearlridge: 98-161 Kaonohi St. (Near Bed, Bath & Beyond)
  • Pearlridge Retail Kiosk: Pearlridge Shopping Center, Uptown (Near Macy's, mall level)
  • Windward Retail Kiosk, Windward Mall - Kaneohe (Near Center Stage)

An official weigh-in of all items donated will take place at the Locations company picnic on June 17. All articles of clothing and funds raised will be divided evenly between the three nonprofits to share with the children and families in need that they assist statewide.

Locations agents and staff help to weigh donations at the 2016 Locations Company Picnic.

The Locations Foundation Clothing Drive is the largest corporate-sponsored clothing drive in the state of Hawaii, having donated nearly 30,000 pounds of clothing since its inception in 2011. Last year the clothing drive opened to the public for the first time with resounding success, donating 10,000 pounds of clothing.