Clothing donation deals: Help someone out and save

15 percent off Dressbarn

Dressbarn will hold its ninth annual “Send One Suit Weekend” beginning Thursday. The donation drive collects gently used professional attire to donate to the non-profit organization Dress for Success, which helps women re-enter the workplace. Dressbarn locations nationwide will serve as drop-off sites for donations, and contributors will receive a tax credit and 15 percent off coupon. For a complete list of locations and acceptable items, visit

$5 off for formal wear donation

Prom is a memorable event, and it’s important that young women attend such an occasion with a feeling of beauty and pride. Plus Size Clothing Recyclers, which provides inexpensive options for full-figured women, seeks to provide plus-size teens with affordable, proper-fitting and age-appropriate formal wear.

Bring all clean gowns (sizes 12 and up) with no stains, rips, missing buttons, missing zippers, or discoloration in by March 18. All recyclers will be eligible for a $5 in-store credit for their contribution. Call 678-835-7587 with any questions or to schedule a pick-up. Tuesday – Saturday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. 1781 Columbia Drive, Decatur. 678-835-7587.

Kids consignment sale

Are you seeing double or triple when it comes to buying children’s items for your household? The annual Intown Atlanta Parents of Mulitples Club spring consignment sale begins Saturday. Buy or sell new and gently used baby and toddler equipment and clothing for individuals, twins, triplets and more. Items also include furniture, double and triple strollers, high chairs, swings, car seats, toys, educational materials and more. Consignors don’t have to be IAPOMC members and keep up to 90 percent of sales price. Hours: 8 a.m. IAPOMC members and members of other multiples clubs, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. general public, with half-price sale beginning at noon. The Salvation Army, 2090 North Druid Hills Road, Atlanta.

– By Lauren Davidson, Atlanta Bargain Hunter

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