Whippoorwill hosts a pop-up clothing swap sale to benefit Orlando's People's Free Kitchen

It happens this Sunday!

A pop-up swap shop benefits the local People's Free Kitchen this weekend - Photo courtesy People's Free Kitchen/Instagram
Photo courtesy People's Free Kitchen/Instagram
A pop-up swap shop benefits the local People's Free Kitchen this weekend
As summer rolls around, it might be time for a new wardrobe. Luckily, Finders Keepers: A Pop Up Swap Shop is rolling into Easy Luck/Whippoorwill to benefit The People’s Free Kitchen, a food sovereignty program organized and led by R.E.A.L (Revolutionary Education & Action League).

Donations of clean, gently used clothing for all body types, styles and genders, plus hygiene products, food, blankets, tents, socks, etc. are being accepted before the event.

Everyone is then encouraged to come back on Sunday to shop. Money raised provides resources, freshly made food and support for the unhoused community in Orlando.

All proceeds and remaining clothing will be donated to The People’s Free Kitchen. Easy Luck Coffee & Bodega and Whippoorwill Beer House & Package Store are sponsoring the event.

For entry, preorder the one-of-a-kind tote bag on Instagram @dorsadorsa or buy it the day of the event, or bring five items to donate.

Noon, Sunday, June 11, Whippoorwill Beer House & Package Store, 2425 E. South St., whippoorwillbeerhouse.com, $15-$20.

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