Catholic girls collect clothes for ACLD


Members of the Catholic Girls’ Court at St. Bernard Parish in Levittown with Rev. Ralph Sommer, pastor and members of the ReWearAble team filled a truck with materials to recycle and reuse.

During a collection of used clothing and other items, the Court of Catholic Girls No. 1690 of the Parish of Saint Bernard collected 210 bags of materials weighing 4,840 pounds.

Items collected included clothes, shoes, handbags, sheets, belts, towels, coats, swimsuits, blankets and baseball caps. The destination of the collection is an affiliate of the ACLD (Adults and Children With Learning Disabilities) program called ReWearAble.

The event was chaired by Susan Maher and Louise Cassano. “It was a great collection for a very worthy cause,” said Maher.

“ReWearAble is a unique organization that serves its people in many ways through the employment and reuse of materials that help support other worthy causes,” commented Cassano.

ReWearAble is a retraining and job creation program committed to helping people with developmental disabilities lead enviable lives through employment. ReWearAble employees sort it out internally, making sure everything collected is prepared for reuse or reuse. ReWearable accepts clothing in all conditions and of all types and sizes. For more information or to schedule a pickup by ReWearAble, call 516-822-2099 or email [email protected]

ReWearAble was created by Adults and Children with Learning and Developmental Disabilities, Inc. (ACLD), a Long Island-based non-profit agency. ACLD is dedicated to supporting the pursuit of an enviable life for children and adults with autism, learning and other developmental disabilities.

Catholic Daughters is one of the oldest and largest voluntary organizations of Catholic women in the Americas. It strives to embrace the principle of faith working through love in the promotion of justice, equality and the advancement of human rights and human dignity for all. For more information on Catholic Daughters, visit catholicdaughters.org/. To learn more about the CDA Court of St. Bernard, contact Sue Maher at [email protected] or Susan Stalzer at [email protected]


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