Marc Allen Fine Clothiers Is Donating Over $100,000 in Men’s Clothing to Local Nonprofits

Rhode Island-based nonprofits will be able to apply and fill out a questionnaire for a chance to receive clothing.
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Clothing from Marc Allen Fine Clothiers. Photo from Facebook.

‘Tis the season of giving and this year will be extra special for some. Marc Allen Fine Clothiers is donating more than $100,000 worth of new men’s clothing to local nonprofits. 

Rhode Island-based nonprofits can apply and fill out a questionnaire for a chance to be selected to receive clothing based on need. 

Marc Allen Fine Clothiers is a high-end men’s clothing store located in Providence, and it curates European luxury brands, custom suits, high quality Italian menswear, handmade luxury clothing and sportswear.

“Due to Covid, we recently closed our Newport location to minimize our financial impact and have consolidated to our flagship store,” says Marc Streisand, owner of Marc Allen Fine Clothiers. “We now have a great deal of inventory of new, high-end clothing from past seasons and hope to simply lift up the spirits of those who may not be able to afford a holiday gift or who might need new clothing for job interviews or when going back to the office. We know firsthand that clothes make a huge difference in how people look and feel.”

The company currently has 200 shirts, 150 pairs of trousers and pants, 100 sweaters, fifty sport coats and an assortment of accessories available to donate. Before this endeavor, the company donated thousands of masks to frontline workers in the state.

200 S. Main St., Providence, 401-453-0025, marcalleninc.com

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Clothing from Marc Allen Fine Clothiers. Photo from Facebook.

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