Lifeline's Label For Lives raises funds for the needy via designer clothes

DONATION APPEAL: Lifeline's Jason Fox.

DONATION APPEAL: Lifeline's Jason Fox.

DESIGNER fashion will help the region’s most needy in Lifeline Hunter Central Coast’s latest initiative. 

The charity has launched Labels for Lives – which encourages people donate high end fashion to support its life saving local services – to coincide with the relocation of its Designer Depot store to within its Hamilton North store.

Retail operations manager Jason Fox called on people to gift a high-end fashion item that no longer fits and will never be worn again. These gifts will be sold at the Clyde Street depot to provide revenue to run the ever increasing demand for suicide prevention and crisis support services.

“That fashion label sitting in your wardrobe will be a gift that saves lives,” Mr Fox said.

Designer Depot is open 10am to 3pm daily.