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Working Wardrobes Donation Center. Process Flow & Job/Task Description. Donation Center Layout. Donation Center Process Flow. QC Check- #1 Processing Step #1. Goal: Check incoming clothing for tears, stains etc.. . Check for the following. Examples. Insert pictures. Stains Collars

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Working wardrobes donation center

Working WardrobesDonation Center

Process Flow

&

Job/Task Description


Donation center layout

Donation Center Layout


Working wardrobes donation center

Donation Center

Process Flow


Qc check 1 processing step 1

QC Check- #1Processing Step #1

Goal: Check incoming clothing for tears, stains etc..

Check for the following

Examples

Insert pictures

  • Stains

    • Collars

    • Torso

    • Cuffs (sleeves/ pants)

  • Tears/Fraying/Snags

    • Collars

    • Shoulders/Arms

    • Torso

    • Cuffs

  • Buttons/Zippers

    • Missing

    • Broken

  • Odors/Overall Cleanliness

    • Pet

    • Smoke

    • Hair

Process

Select item

Check for stains, tears etc.

If found, remove from hanger

If no defects are left leave on the rack

Plastic Hangers should be separated into pants or shirts

Wire Hangers go into the trash

When Completed- Tag Rack, check-off and initial 1st or 2nd QC Check complete

Place trash in dumpsters located outside

Consolidate plastic hangers

Tools Required

Trash Bin-

Plastic Hanger Bin

Goodwill Cart (blue) or white bin for discarded clothing


Qc check 2 processing step 1

QC Check- #2Processing Step #1

Goal: Check incoming clothing for tears, stains etc..

Check for the following

Examples

Insert Pictures

  • Stains

    • Collars

    • Torso

    • Cuffs (sleeves/ pants)

  • Tears/Fraying/Snags

    • Collars

    • Shoulders/Arms

    • Torso

    • Cuffs

  • Buttons/Zippers

    • Missing

    • Broken

  • Odors/Overall Cleanliness

    • Pet

    • Smoke

    • Hair

Process

Select item

Check for stains, tears etc.

If found, remove from hanger

If no defects are left leave on the rack

Plastic Hangers should be separated into pants or shirts

Wire Hangers go into the trash

When Completed- Tag Rack, check-off and initial 1st or 2nd QC Check complete

Place trash in dumpsters located outside

Consolidate plastic hangers

Tools Required

Trash Bin-

Plastic Hanger Bin

Goodwill Cart (blue) or white bin for discarded clothing


Sort processing step 2

SortProcessing Step #2

Goal: Sort previously QC checked clothing for Thrift, The Hanger or Client.

Sort

Thrift

Hanger

Client

Men

Shirts

Suits

Pants

Jackets

Women’s

Blouses/Tops

Suit

Jacket

Skirts

Pants

Dresses

Process

Select item

Decide if item is suitable for Hanger or Client Rack ( see decision matrix on the back)

If clothing is not suitable for Hanger or Client, leave item on the rack Items selected for The Hanger should be consolidated and stage under racks closest to the overhead door. Clothing rack should be tagged with Hanger signage.

Items for Client need to be further sorted into Men/Women, shirts, blouses, jackets, pants etc.

Once finished with Client rack, check off and initial Sort completed, move to Tagging/Sizing Area

Tag Thrift racks and move to staging area under racks closet to the overhead door.

Tools Required

Empty Racks

Thrift, The Hanger signage

Pen or Marker


Hanger change processing step 3

Hanger Change- Processing Step #3

Goal: Change Client clothing from wire/plastic hangers to the proper hanger.

Process

Select rack that has already been QC checked and sorted (identified by Hanger signage)

Identify any item not hung on the proper hanger and replace

Place item on the rack so that the clothing and hangers are all facing the same direction

Once completed, remove Hanger signage and replace with Tagging &Sizing signage

Move rack to tagging and sizing area

Tools Required

Trash Bin- for wire hangers

Bins of pant ,shirt and wooden suit hangers

Correct Hanger Orientation


Hanger selection processing step 3

Hanger Selection - Processing Step #3

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Men and Women’s Shirts

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Men’s Suits

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Men/Women Pants & Skirts

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Men’s Jackets


Tag and size processing step 4 pg 1

Tag and SizeProcessing Step #4 Pg.1

Goal: Tag and size items in preparation of clothing to the Home racks.

Process

Select rack that has already been QC ‘d, sorted and hangers changed (verify checklist attached to rack)

Attach clothing tag

Mark sizes on tags

If needed refer to conversion chart for reference

Sort Clothing to proper Ready Racks (Women’s Tops, Bottoms, Suits or Men’s Suits, Jackets, Pants or Shirts)

Tools Required

Sizing Tags

Tagging Gun

Marker or Pen

Conversion Chart


Tag and size processing step 4 pg 2

Tag and SizeProcessing Step #4 Pg. 2

  • How to use a tagging gun

  • Always use caution when tagging as tag gun needle are extremely sharp Always replace the needle guard when you a finished tagging !

  • Gently push the "T" end of the fastener clip into the "T" slot in the top of the tagging tool as far as it will go.(Figure 1)

  • Remove the plastic cover on the needle then squeeze the trigger to make sure the barbs are feeding through the tag gun properly. If the barbs do not feed, push down on the clip with a slight bit of pressure and squeeze the trigger at the same time.

  • Place a price tag over the needle then work the needle into the fabric until the tag and the fabric are pushed up against the front of the tag gun. (Figure 2)

  • Then simply squeeze the trigger, pull the tag gun away from the garment to withdraw the needle and to pull the barb from the other barbs on the clip.

  • Where to place the tag:

    • Left sleeve of jackets/suits/blouses/shirts, close to a seam

    • Left side of skirts, close to waist band on the seam

    • Back seam of pants, close to the waist band and close to the seam

    • Tip: check to see that the Hangers are properly aligned prior to beginning to tag


Tag and size processing step 4 pg 3

Tag and SizeProcessing Step #4 Pg. 3

  • How to Size Clothing

  • Men’s Suits/Jackets

  • Check inside jacket pockets for suit/jacket size first, if unable to locate:

  • Measure Jacket from shoulder to shoulder

  • Multiply measurement by 2

  • Add 6 to calculate the suit/jacket size

  • Example:

    • 18x2=36

    • 36+6= (Size) 42

  • Men’s Pants

  • Measure waist of pants

  • Multiply measurement by 2

  • Example: 18X2=36


Home rack replenishment processing step 5

Home Rack ReplenishmentProcessing Step #5

Goal: Restock Client Home or Inventory Racks.

Process

Select rack or clothing from Ready Area.

Replace or replenish Client Home Racks.

Place any items removed from Home Racks on a rack marked Thrift

or

4) Restock inventory racks

Tools Required

Empty Rack

Ready Rack

Thrift Signage


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