cradles to crayons clothing drive at springfield mall

by Barb on March 20, 2013

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Cradles to CrayonsSpring has sprung and Easter with our favorite bunny is headed our way, almost too quickly. If you’ve been decluttering your home in time for warmer temperatures like me, Cradles to Crayons of Philadelphia would love to accept your gently-used or new children’s clothing, shoes, and equipment to help children and families in the Philadelphia area. Thanks to the Springfield Mall and Delaware County Moms, you don’t have far to go to donate.

Pack up your stuff and drop it off in the giant purple bins located next to the Customer Service Desk at the Springfield Mall. While Cradles to Crayons accepts donations of a wide range of goods that are used by children of all ages, from infants on up, they also have a list of most-needed items you can check online before dropping off your donations at the mall. Also available at the Customer Service desk are Easter eggs with specific needs which you can purchase at the mall.

All shoppers donating items to the Cradles to Crayons/Springfield Mall Clothing Drive will receive discount off photos with the Easter Bunny.

Cradles to CrayonsA group of 8 Delaware County bloggers brought donations last week to the Springfield Mall.

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Cradles to CrayonsEaster Eggs for specific donations at the Customer Service Desk at the Springfield Mall

Cradles to CrayonsAlready full bins!

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Susan March 20, 2013 at 1:00 pm

This is a great cause, thanks for this information.

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Terry (My Journey With Candida) March 20, 2013 at 7:43 pm

I love the Easter Egg idea for specific donations. My Daughter does this around Christmas time and they are in the shape of trees instead of eggs. Love it!!
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Barb March 21, 2013 at 9:44 am

Yes, I was happy they included those Eggs. I hope people pick some up.

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