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Senator Troy Singleton (D-7) is hosting a work attire drive to support the Burlington County based nonprofit, Beacon of Hope, now through June 30.

Beacon of Hope is a Mount Holly nonprofit that provides clothes, shelter, and life skills training to those in need. All donated items can be dropped off at Singleton’s office at 400 North Church St., Suite 260, Moorestown, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekdays.

Items needed are like-new suits, ties, dresses, pants, shirts, and any other workplace appropriate attire for men and women.

“Through the simple act of giving our unwanted and unused work attire, we can bestow confidence in those pursuing their professional journeys,” Singleton said. “This is why we are partnering with Beacon of Hope to collect items that will help many individuals in our community as they seek to reenter the workforce.”

For questions, please contact Nisha Ray in the senator’s office at