Thank you to our SHPTO Platinum and Gold Sponsors for 2022-2023!
Every year Scholls Heights parents help make a difference in our community by donating time and gently used clothing to our Beaverton Clothes Closet. We Thank You.
The Beaverton School District provides free clothing for students from families with a limited income via the Clothes Closet. The Clothes Closet is administered by the District Volunteer Services Coordinator. The center is open for operation every Wednesday during the school year and is staffed solely by parent volunteers from District schools. The majority of the items in the Clothes Closet come from the Lost and Found of District schools and from our Clothing Drives. Every school in the district is responsible to staff one Wednesday throughout the year to help and work at the Clothes Closet. If you would like to volunteer your time and give back to the community, this is a great opportunity for you.
What do you do when you volunteer you ask??
There are two rooms at the Clothes Closet. One room that is full of donated clothes where volunteers put clothes on hangers, organize donations, & sort out unacceptable donations. And another room where volunteers help shoppers find what they need and check them out. Clear instructions are provided by district personnel upon arrival. Your help is much appreciated!
Beaverton School Disrict:
16550 SW Merlo Rd. Beaverton, OR 97003
CLOTHING DRIVE Date TBD
What to donate: clean, attractive, school-appropriate clothing such as gently used shoes, warm jackets, sweatshirts, mittens and jeans are always needed, very gently used bras, as well as new underwear and socks for all ages and sizes, pants for elementary-aged students in sizes 5 to 12, coats for elementary-aged students in sizes 5 to 12, and department store shopping bags with handles.
Where to take it: Scholls Heights Lobby
Where it goes: back to your community! The Beaverton Clothes Closet provides free clothing for students in grades K-12 from families with limited income.
How to donate clothes anytime:
Gently used clothes can be dropped off at the clothes closet which sits behind the Beaverton School District Administrative building in at 16550 SW Merlo Road. Anyone can drop off donations between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. monday-thursday during the school year and deposit them in wooden tubs on the porch of the portable building (driving in the parking lot, the main district building is on your left, the portable is on the right). For the program, during the school year, donations are best on Wednesdays anytime between 10:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. If you want a tax receipt, and you drop the donation in the bins, include a self addressed envelope on the OUTside of your donation. On Wednesdays, you can leave your address on a log form and one will be mailed to you.