SEVA Thrift Hoping To Turn Used Indian Clothing To Good Use

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Donate Your Old Clothing, Jewelry And Other Items To Seva Thrift, Which Opens It's Doors Saturday, July 2!

2016-06-24-PHOTO-00000016Seva Thrift store is located at 9430 120th street and is set to open on Saturday, July 2nd.

DESIBUZZbc (1)-RedSURREY –  SEVA Thrift, the brain-child of founder Jas Gill, Kiran Malli and Raj Arneja, is teaming up with East West Thrift store to open a first of its kind store for charity by offering gently used Indian ethnic wear and many diverse range of high quality items.

2016-06-24-PHOTO-00000018Seva Thrift is accepting gently used ethnic wear, clothing, and small functional household items. Our goal is to resell these items and contribute to the Surrey Hospital Foundation in a meaningful way.

Proceeds convert to valuable funds for Surrey Hospital and Outpatient Care Foundation which will support worthwhile medical equipment and services. Seva Thrift provides the venue for sharing while giving back to the community. 

Brand-D-LogoDONATE

Donations welcome and encouraged. To make a donation, drop off items to 9430 120th Street, Surrey during the hours of operations.

We accept the following:

  • Stitched or unstitched Indian clothing (3 piece outifits [salwar/kameez/chunni ] outfits, saris, shawls, langas etc.)
  • Jewellery, accessories, purses, footwear
  • Western clothing (men’s, women’s and children’s)
  • Home décor (including seasonal)
  • House wares
  • Gardening tools
  • Small appliances and small furniture
  • Toys and sports equipment

2016-06-24-PHOTO-00000013Note: We do not accept cribs, strollers, car seats, mattresses or large furniture items.

"We are a practical group. Our inspiration comes from recognizing many people have an abundance of items and are not sure what to do with them once they are no longer needed or wanted," Gill said. "With that in mind, we have created Seva Thrift, a platform for donating gently used Indian and Western clothing that can be sold to support charitable causes."

"This store is a first of its kind Thrift store that is opening soon for charity," Gill said. "This store will be different than any other because it will be selling donated Indian ethnic wear among the many items regularly sold in thrift stores."

2016-06-24-PHOTO-00000017The store is located at 9430 120th street and is set to open on Saturday, July 2nd.

Store Information: Opening Date: July 2, 2016

Store: East West Thrift Store

Address: 9430 120th Street, Surrey, BC

Hours:  Monday to Saturday 10 AM to 5:30 PM

Phone: 778 293-0015

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Volunteers are at the core of what we do. Without volunteers we are not able to provide this valuable service to the community. We currently have a committed group of volunteers who work in a supportive, fun, team environment. If you are willing to give your time (4 hours a week) and have a little fun while giving back to the community, we would love to hear from you. Please contact us at: 604 765-2000.

For more info call Raj Arneja at 778 889-1552.

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3 Comments on "SEVA Thrift Hoping To Turn Used Indian Clothing To Good Use"

  1. Buncy and Raj Pagely | July 1, 2016 at 4:53 pm | Reply

    Congrats, that is a wonderful endeavour of Seva. We r in Victoria, hope we can visit someday.

    We wish u all the Best for a successful time and fruitful to the Community.

    Well Done! Wish we could Volunteer, great concept!

     

    100 Year Journey Pioneers, Buncy and Raj Pagely, Victoria, BC

  2. I would live to volunteer and congrats to doing the seva for finding a way to donate to the hospital my name is Kitty I live in abbotsford but I would love to come out there and devote some time to help. My phone# is .604-309-6006 please call me and let me know when would you need me I will try my best to make it for sure

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