Souls Harbour giving away new clothing for people in need

Friday afternoon in Regina, people in need of help will have the opportunity to pick up some brand new clothing at the Dean Smith Youth Centre.

Community members in need of assistance will be given new clothing today

Patty Humphreys, who works with Regina's Soul's Harbour, at the group's annual Christmas supper, in December 2015. (Mike Zartler/CBC)

Souls Harbour Rescue Mission is hosting a clothing give-away today, from 1 pm. to 5 p.m. CST at the Dean Smith Youth Centre. Community members in need will have the opportunity to pick up brand new clothing.

There will be everything from baby clothing and winter wear, to steel toed work boots and work wear. 

According to Souls Harbour, this is an effort to restore dignity for people in need, by providing them new clothing items they may not otherwise be able to afford.

The event is open to all. Clothing will be given out on a first come, first serve basis.


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