Want cute clothes that also support an amazing cause?
Then come to “Threads,” a pop-up thrift store hosted by IJM and sponsored by WFUStyle.
IJM, short for International Justice Mission, is the largest anti-slavery and anti-trafficking organization in the world. All proceeds from the sale will fund rescue missions for people trapped in slavery.
The pop-up thrift shop will be taking place this Wednesday the 23rd from 9:00am to 5:30pm in the Tribble Courtyard.
Clothing items for sale (donated by Wake Forest students) include skirts, dresses, jeans, pants, t-shirts (casual and nice), trendy tops, business-wear, party/Halloween costumes, athletic clothing, jackets, sweaters and many more! Featured brands available include Free People, American Eagle, J.Crew, Nike, Lululemon, etc. With so many options you are sure to snag something you love at a great price!
Don’t have cash? No worries! IJM will be accepting credit cards.
Stop by to the thrift shop for an affordable shopping spree and learn more about IJM!