April is ‘Second Chance Month’ for One Man’s Treasure

April is ‘Second Chance Month’ for One Man’s Treasure

Host your own drive to help empower men recently released from prison

ROCKWALL, TX (March 10, 2022) Throughout April, One Man’s Treasure will host a clothing drive as part of their mission to empower men recently released from prison by providing them with clothing and opportunities for networking.

“Our goal has been and will always be to make a difference in the lives of these men. We provide each man with a modern, fresh start wardrobe that allows him to feel clothed with confidence,” said Amanda Norwood, Director of Communications & Outreach for the Rockwall-based nonprofit.

They are in urgent need of the following items:

  • 40×34 jeans and pants
  • 34×30 jeans and pants
  • 38 jeans, all lengths
  • 32×30 pants
  • 44×32 pants
  • 54×34 pants, (urgent for one client)
  • 2XL long sleeve shirts, dress and casual
  • 5XL and 6 XL shirts (urgent)
  • Wide tennis shoes, especially 11 and 13

Host your very own drive at your place of worship, job, or  or in your local neighborhood.  One Man’s Treasure makes it easy by providing customizable templates that can be shared in the digital world or are print ready.  Fore more details, email Amanda Norwood at amanda@onemanstr.org.

One Man’s Treasure will host their ‘Make A Difference’ Gala at 5:30 p.m. Friday, March 25 at The Hall of State Building, Fair Park Fairgrounds, 3939 Grand Avenue, Dallas, TX 75210. Click here for information and tickets.

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