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    Clothes for charity ?

    I have loads of clothes that have built up, I don't want to chuck them away. Is there anywhere I can give then that would use them for charitable needs? Thinking the border areas with Burma could really use such items.

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    Re: Clothes for charity ?

    Any border area for sure. Homeless on the streets. At last resort, I've seen a number of washed-up, white, hippies/bums in Banglamphu and/or Phattaya that might be able to use a rag or two!

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    Re: Clothes for charity ?

    Donate them to the soi dog rescue shop at Asoke, they'd be grateful:

    www.soidogrescue.org


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    Ground Floor, Shop 195/1 (facing Rachadapisek)
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    193-195 Rachadapisek Road
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    Re: Clothes for charity ?

    If, like me, you are more generously proportioned and your old clothes may be a little large for a soi-dog you can always take them to Christ Church, corner of North Sathorn Road and Convent Road.
    Your clothes will then be taken to the famous/notorious Immigration Jail on Soi Suan Phlu.
    Those of you who are here on 'dodgy' visas might even find that one day you are wearing the very same Grateful Dead T-shirt that you donated some time before.

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    Re: Clothes for charity ?

    Blasphemy!! I would never donate a dead shirt!

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    Re: Clothes for charity ?

    ^ hehehe I ws at the last GD show in Auburn Hills, MI (like '94-5? can't recall) before Jerry passed on in his lunar module. It was interesting experience to say the least. I donated clothes to the Burmese workers when I lived in the province so if you see a construction site, walk on by an give it to the workers. God knows they probably only have the shirt on their back.
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