Purchase new school uniforms:
Do you need to replace a lost uniform?
Are your kids growing faster than you anticipated?
Are you looking for a way to recycle and reuse school uniforms?
If you responded yes to any of these questions, then the Transfiguration School Clothesline is just the answer for you!
FAQs about the Clothesline
What can I donate?
Donations are limited to clean Flynn and O’Hara uniforms in wearable condition.
How do I donate uniforms?
There is a collection bin in the school lobby for convenient drop-off. Just send donations into school with your children. It’s as simple as that.
When can I buy uniforms?
There will be designated shopping days such as at Parents’ Guild Meetings; at the Christmas Tree Sale and Book Fair; at Back-to-School Night; and during other special events. Parents can also shop at the Clothesline during school hours.
How much are the “pre-owned” uniforms?
There are no prices listed for the uniforms. There will, however, be a donation box. Donations will go to a worthy cause, and are greatly appreciated.
Who is running the program?
A volunteer parent will manage the Clothesline program with community service support from Transfiguration 7th- and 8th-grade students. Student volunteers help to sort and organize uniform donations.
How do I find out more about the Clothesline?
For more information, please contact: send an email to Clothesline@TransfigurationSchool.org.
Questions? Send us an email: Clothesline@TransfigurationSchool.org
The Clothesline is currently located downstairs, near the Religious Ed office. Please feel free to stop by and drop off your donations or to pick up items you may need.