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Jordana Brewster Encourages Everyone to Donate Old Clothing to People in Need

Jordana Brewster Encourages Everyone to Donate Old Clothing to People in Need

Jordana Brewster chats on her cell phone as she walks to Lemonade for lunch on Monday afternoon (July 21) in West Hollywood, Calif.

The 34-year-old Fast & Furious star recently invited People to tour her closet, where she showed some of her favorite looks and clothes she no longer wears.

“I really had to organize everything…and clean out my closet. In doing so, I found there was a lot of stuff that I want to give away. This is all going to go to a women’s shelter,” Jordana said. “I encourage everyone who is cleaning out their closet and realizing there’s stuff they don’t need anymore to donate it. Because there are people who do need it.”

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One Response to “Jordana Brewster Encourages Everyone to Donate Old Clothing to People in Need”

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    Texti Says:

    Appreciation and the gift of giving to charities, lifeline, vinnies (st vincent de paul), salvation army, opshops (opportunity shops), from a small area in the country there were 100 sewing machines and many desktop computers sent to the Philippines. Ninety million people and more than half live in poverty and that is Philippino poverty standards.

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