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Teens for Jeans Campaign

Donate your gently worn jeans to help fight teen homelessness.
Courtesy of Teens for Jeans

Help fight teen homelessness by donating your old jeans to an Aeropostale store near you! This denim drive runs from January 17-February 13, 2011, so start cleanin' out your closet!

Do Something!

Did you know there are 200,000 to 300,000 homeless people living in Canada? And that one in three homeless people in the US are under the age of 18? If you had a chance to do something to help, would you? Well, here's your chance! From January 17-February 13, 2011, you can help fight homelessness by donating your old jeans! Or if you have a new pair of jeans lying around in the back of the closet that you've never worn, either cuz they're not the right size, style or color, hand 'em over too. You may love your jeans and live in 'em 24/7, but there are kids and teens across the nation who don't have any warm clothes to wear this winter. Celebs like Rachel Bilson, Hayden Christensen and Chad Michael Murray have donated their denims to the cause in the past - this year, you should too!

Donate Your Denim

If you're attached to your jeans, then here's some incentive to give 'em to someone who really needs it - donate a pair of gently worn jeans and in return, Aeropostale will give you a 25% discount on a brand new pair! Aeropostale will make sure your donations get delivered to a local shelter or charity.Be sure to drop your jeans off at any Aeropostale store in the US or Canada by February 13, 2011!

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yay aero
commented: Sun Jun 26, 2011

_Aero_

_Aero_ wrote:

Clarabell: aeropostale u retard it says it on the article
commented: Sun Jun 26, 2011

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oops Areolpostal!
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