So Fresh. So Clean.

Feeling fresh is a privilege that should be accessible to any, all and every human peoples. Unless you're into flip flops and Terrance Howard movies. Then you're trash and deserve all of the horrors that shall assuredly befall you. You're gross. Other than that, everybody should be entitled to a hot shower and Cross Colour short-set.

Help me help Support the Port help those in need (we be hella helpin'!) this weekend at Greenfield Lake by donating your gently used clothing items and accessories to the "Free Store" at Lake Forest Church. If you can't make it out to donate, please feel free to contact me and I will gladly pick up donations you're willing to part with. Special shouts out to the homie at New Era who sent me a huge box of new goods to giveaway, we're all super appreciative.  

For more details, see the note from Support the Port Below. 

From Support The Port

Support The Port Foundation, Inc will be helping Vigilant Hope feed, clean, and clothe Wilmington's community-in-need this Saturday, February  17th at Greenfield Lake from 9:00am-1:00pm (or until supplies last).  The day will start off with breakfast, followed by hot showers provided by Vigilant Hope’s shower trailer.  After showers, we will have a “Street Store” setup where homeless citizens of Wilmington can shop for clothes that are free, as if they were in a shopping center.  We are asking for helping hands to help with day of execution, and to donate items to the street store. At noon we will serve lunch and then after that we will provide a to go bag filled with toiletry items. We are also looking for barbers in the area to help us with cutting hair for the men. We hope to shine light on their issues and find solutions to their problems as this event takes place."



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