The annual Reno Rodeo Denim Drive will begin on November 9th and run through December 16th. During this event, new jeans, shirts, socks and underwear are collected for unprivileged children in Northern Nevada.
This year’s Reno Rodeo Denim Drive runs November 9 through December 16. During this annual community event new jeans, new shirts, new socks, and new underwear are collected for abused and neglected infants, children and teens who have been rescued from unsafe homes in northern Nevada.
“Your support of the Reno Rodeo Denim Drive makes a tremendous difference to children who have survived circumstances most of us can barely imagine,” said Mark Elston, Reno Rodeo Foundation president.
The Reno Rodeo Denim Drive serves youth in 14 northern Nevada counties. A complete list of drop-off locations can be found at RenoRodeoFoundation.org.
“Giving new clothes to a neglected, abused and abandoned child offers a sense of well-being and comfort. It sends a deeper message that someone cares about them as they begin their foster care journey,” added Clara Andriola, Reno Rodeo Foundation executive director.
For more information visit www.RenoRodeoFoundation.org/Denim-Drive or call 775-322-9875
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