Provide dignity through support by donating new Sports Bras

Provide dignity through support by donating new Sports Bras

Provide dignity through support by donating new Sports Bras

Join Operation emBRAce

Throughout 2017, Operation emBRAce is collecting sports bras for victims of sexual violence in California.  Sports bras allow survivors to leave the hospital with the undergarments needed to feel comfortable and supported.

Why Sports Bras?

Undergarments are one of the most frequently requested articles of clothing from victims and are also the least frequently donated. Our target is to collect 20,000 sports bras of all sizes to distribute to victims of sexual violence.

 

The Grateful Garment Project is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, all donations are tax-deductible

 

Visit www.gratefulgarment.org to learn about other ways to help.

How Can You Support Operation emBRAce? 

 

  1. Donate Now, via Paypal.  CLICK HERE
  2. Texting “sportsbra” to (843) 606-5995 to make a donation.
  3. Shop from our wishlist to have your donation shipped directly to us!
    Visit our Walmart Wish ListAmazon Wish List,  or Eros Wish 
  4. Host a Sports Bra collection drive in your community.  Send an Email to: operationembrace@gratefulgarment.org and we will send you everything you need to get started.
  5. Drop off or Mail NEW Sports Bras directly to us!

Donations can be dropped off at our office by between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and/or by appointment at:

DROP OFF ADDRESS
1777 Hamilton Avenue, Suite 2010
San Jose, CA 95125

To arrange a time, please call at (408) 674-5744

OR donations can be mailed to:

SHIPPING ADDRESS
The Grateful Garment Project
1821 South Bascom Ave #206
Campbell, CA 95008

Donate Now

You can make a direct donation to Join Operation Embrace and the Grateful Garment Project here. Your financial support is deeply appreciated and can be used as a tax deductible donation.

About Us

Operation emBRAce is brought to you by The Grateful Garment Project, a nonprofit based in San Jose, CA. We seek to ensure that every survivor of sexual violence in California has new clothing to wear home after receiving services from medical or police facilities. We currently partner with agencies in 29 counties throughout California, which is 75% of the state population.