What we need
Volunteer with members in your community to help make a difference!
HAPPY WINTER FROM ANDY'S ATTIC
As school starts back up again so does Andy's Attic. We are excited to begin this new school year.
We are also excepting referral forms for the 2018 -2019 school year.
Clothing needs are not seasonal, which is why our year-round clothing pantry gets so much attention. Devote an afternoon to come fold, sort, and organize clothing, and see first-hand the families we help daily.
Those In Need
The Lives We Impact
"I would like to thank you guys for making my daughter warm and happy. She loves her new jacket, and now she has a new favorite book. You guys have gave wonderful clothes and truly helped us in need. Bless your heart and I appreciate everything Andy's Attic has given us. Again, thank you for keeping my family warm this winter." —Angela King
We are always in great need of gently used clothing and shoes in all sizes from babies to grandparents.
New socks, underwear and sneakers are in high demand.
Make your contribution now.
Messages From Andy's Attic Supporters
"Andy's Attic adds to the commitment of community at South High Community School. This community includes the students who volunteer, the dedication of Christine Foley, Andy's Attic Coordinator, the Great Worcester clothing donors and volunteers, and the 1,500 recipients of Andy's Attic. In Andy's Attic we all learn what it means to truly care about another and to take action."
—Maureen Binienda, Worcester Public Schools Superintendent
We are open weekdays from 7:30am to 1pm
We will be on vacation from February 15th till February 25th!
For more than 7 years, Andy's Attic has devoted its energy to passionately helping the needy members of our community. You can also contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of money, clothing and time. .
Our mission is to provide for families, especially those in need, the ability to have warm and comfortable clothing so that they can advance in everyday life with the help of the generous student volunteers at South High Community School.