The Sunnyslope High School Key Club is conducting a warmer weather children’s clothing drive for a small village in the Philippines, in partnership with nonprofit organization King’s Rely.

Club members are gathering gently used sweaters, jackets, gloves, scarves and closed-toed shoes for children ages 5-10. If this past winter season’s apparel isn’t going to fit your child next year, donate it now to a good cause. The drive runs through the end of May.

Donations can be dropped off in the Sunnyslope High School front office, 35 W. Dunlap Ave., with the club advisor’s name on them: Michelle Schwimmer. Or, stop by the school’s east parking lot from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. on Saturday, April 8 to check out the club’s car wash and yard sale. Donations for the village in the Philippines can be dropped off, and for a cash donation you can get your car washed by some enthusiastic Key Club members. While your ride is getting cleaned, you can browse the club’s “yard sale.”

If you want to donate items to the yard sale, such as household goods, furniture, electronics, etc., e-mail All items not sold at the April 8 sale will be given to Goodwill, which will weigh the donations and provide money back to the club based on the total weight.


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