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This Brand Just Donated $300K In Plus-Sized Clothing To Harvey Victims

Last Tuesday, USA Today published a report from inside Houston’s George S. Brown Convention Center, interviewing both aid workers and evacuees in the devastating wake of Hurricane Harvey. In the piece, Tyler Moyer, a program marketing manager for the Red Cross, expressed an immediate need for a very specific resource: plus-sized clothing. “We just heard that there is great need for extra-large clothing, as well as shoes socks and other plus-size clothing items,” he told USA Today.

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Happily, his cries for help were heard. FullBeauty, a New York City-based parent company of seven plus-size brands, including Swimsuits For All—where model Ashley Graham has a swim collection—has partnered with Delivering Good to provide a whopping $300,000 worth of new plus-size merchandise to victims of Hurricane Harvey.

If you’d like to get involved, FullBeauty encourages donations of plus-sized goods through Delivering Good.

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