Good Deed: Giorgio’s donates suits for Salvation Army clients

Contributed photo/ At the Salvation Army, from left, are Tay Taylor, housing navigator for The Salvation Army; Marchel Robinson, volunteer; Keyta Young, program director for The Salvation Army; Jake Bratton, volunteer; Brooke Robinson, volunteer; Roseann Rustia, volunteer; Angelica Richardson, case manager for The Salvation Army; Shirliece Lundy, volunteer and special event coordinator for The Salvation Army; Candice Nelson, case manager for The Salvation Army; Jocelyn Simpson, outreach specialist for The Salvation Army; and Capt. James Sullivan of The Salvation Army.

The Salvation Army's 614 Corps Day Shelter recently hosted a suit giveaway for the Chattanooga community to offer residents a chance to shop — at no charge — for professional attire such as suits, slacks, button-up shirts and ties.

Volunteers assisted shoppers in finding the correct clothing size as they cruised the large selection.

While some lightly used items were donated by community members, Giorgio's Men's Warehouse donated more than 300 new suits in varying sizes to help those who may otherwise not have professional clothing.

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Caroline Coppock