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.
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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Donate them to the soi dog rescue shop at Asoke, they'd be grateful:
ReTails 'Pretty New' Store:
Ground Floor, Shop 195/1 (facing Rachadapisek)
Lake Rajada Office Complex
193-195 Rachadapisek Road
Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110
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.
Blasphemy!! I would never donate a dead shirt!
^ 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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