I only ask this because it seems as if clothing was no longer needed – and refused – rather quickly. Is this because so much was donated that they either ran out of room, or the demand dropped off? Or was it because the style wasn’t “good enough?” Or the wrong sizes?
While it was a few days behind, I had the opportunity to provide a truck-load of brand-name womens and mens apparel, but had no takers, and had to send the garments away.
I know that when there is a crisis, certain essentials are required, such as water, warm clothing and shelter. But perhaps every-day clothing is just not a good idea in Hoboken.
Money (mostly via bar-oriented fundraisers) seems to the perpetual winner here. Keep that in mind the next time disaster strikes, but I hope I still have the opportunity to help out.