During the month of April, Lenox Square will serve as a collection site for Wellspring Living donations. Individuals are welcome to drop off gently-used women’s clothing at Guest Services, located near Starbucks on the mall level by the east parking deck, all month long.
All donations will go directly to the Women’s Academy at Wellspring Living. Articles requested include blouses and tops, professional slacks, business-casual and professional dresses, blazers, suits, winter coats, jackets, professional shoes, handbags and purses, jewelry and jeans. All donations of undergarments and hosiery must be new with tags still on them.
“We’re dedicated to helping serve our community,” said Robin Suggs, general manager for Lenox Square. “We are pleased to support the Women’s Academy with clothing needs.”
Founded in 2001, Wellspring Living is a non-profit organization that helps survivors of childhood sexual abuse, exploitation and domestic trafficking through its community-based programs. Wellspring Living is dedicated to protecting and empowering victims through various programs that help women develop the courage and confidence they need to move forward and succeed professionally. The Women’s Academy specifically provides young females who have overcome difficult circumstances and situations with career training and apprenticeship.