New Clothes 4 God’s Kids couldn’t help those in need without receiving help in return. We are blessed to work with The Salvation Army, Each One Teach One, and the clothing manufacturers below. You’ll recognize every name on the list; they’re heavy-hitters in apparel, and we couldn’t be more grateful for their donations over the past few years.
The Salvation Army
For more than 150 years, The Salvation Army has helped people around the globe with food, shelter, education, and disaster relief. Their mission? Meet the physical and spiritual needs of the poor.
In America nearly 30 million people receive assistance each year through its broad array of social services ranging from providing food to the hungry, relief to disaster victims, assistance for the disabled, outreach to the elderly and ill, homeless shelter, and opportunities for underprivileged children.
New Clothes 4 God’s Kids works with the Salvation Army of Southern California to participate in donation drives. We are proud to stand alongside them, and hope to support their mission for years to come.
Each One Teach One
Each One Teach One’s mission is to provide poor and orphaned children with the financial means to access the basic necessities for health, medical, housing, education, nourishment and supplemental income in the developing or stricken countries, facilitated through donations and fund-raising initiatives world wide.
We've relied on generous contributions of new clothes from the following companies over the years:
AFTCO (American Fishing Tackle Company): A manufacturer of high-end fishing accessories and apparel, AFTCO is also deeply committed to marine conservation efforts.
California Rain: California Rain creates high-end fashions for brands that include – but aren’t limited to – Gap, Billabong, Disney, Urban Outfitters, and Nordstrom.
Feather 4 Arrow: “Influenced by California beach culture,” Feather 4 Arrow makes distinct and distinctive clothes for kids of all ages.
Guy Harvey: Premium sportswear from the titular marine wildlife artist and conservationist.
Harry Trading USA: International apparel manufacturer of woven and knit garments.
Hurley International: One of the world’s premiere skate- and surf- inspired clothing manufacturers.
KJ Sportwear: Full service knitwear manufacturer, with an emphasis in sportswear.
LA Made Clothing: Amazing clothing for women and girls.
Neff Headware: Camarillo-based Neff makes beanies, hats, t-shirts, and more.
Obey Clothing: Rooted in the Do It Yourself counterculture of punk rock and skateboarding, with cues from popular culture, commercial marketing and political messaging.
O’Neill: One of the originals in surfwear.
Quiksilver: Quality surf clothing and snowboard outwear since 1969.
Reyn Spooner: Classic, casual Hawaiian island-inspired prints and patterns with modern styling.
Rip Curl: Australian ‘s designer, manufacturer, and retailer of surfwear and more.
Secura Apparel: Full package apparel production source based in Oceanside, California.
Stussy: A giant in streetwear apparel.
Vans: Manufacturers of some of the most recognizable footwear in modern America.
Interesting in partnering with us? Contact us today.