Depaul USA does it again!

by | Mar 18, 2015 | Vincentian Family

depaul facebookDepaulUSA does it again! Another innovative social enterprise with a new twist – people across the country can recycle clothes to ” WEAR. Your dollar makes change.” Wear is based in Macon, Georgia but wlll accept almost-new clothes and accessories in Depaul USA programs in Chicago, New Orleans . Philadelphia and St. Louis.


Depaul USA is proud to announce its newest social enterprise soon to open in Macon, Georgia! 
  • Where is the best place to get fabulous almost-new clothing at bargain prices?
  • Where can you shop that has a boutique feel and is full of character and charm?
  • Where can you find men’s, women’s and children’s clothing and accessories and support Daybreak, Macon’s day/resource center for homeless individuals all in one trip?

Where??? At Wear! Be on the lookout…Wear, a boutique-type thrift store, is scheduled to open later this Spring.

Wear, located at 466 First Street in the heart of downtown Macon, will generate unrestricted income to help support Daybreak operations. Daybreak, a project of Depaul USA, is a place where homeless men and women can come to overcome the immediate crisis of homelessness and move towards independence in a safe and welcoming environment.

Where can you go to drop off donations for Wear?

Drop off your almost-new clothes and accessories at Daybreak, ship clothes to Wear, c/o Daybreak, 174 Walnut Street, Macon, GA 31201, or drop them off at the Depaul Project in your city.

  • Chicago, 55 E. Jackson Blvd., Suite 2200, Chicago, IL  60604
  • New Orleans c/o Rebuild Center, 1803 Gravier Street, New Orleans  70112 – Ask for Sister Kathleen Driscoll
  • Philadelphia c/o Depaul House, 5725 Sprague Street, Philadelphia, PA  19138
  • St. Louis, 2904 Arsenal Street, St. Louis, MO 63118

Depaul USA will provide receipts for tax purposes.

For more information about Wear, contact Mr. Charles Levesque or call at 312-282-8953. Visit Depaul USA’s website


Depaul, Macon Georgia


Depaul, Macon Georgia



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