So far the two freshman girls who operate the program have collected more than 1,000 pieces of clothing.

Some of the clothes are distributed through another nonprofit called Students Rise Above, which helps dress teens for success in job interviews. Currently, What's Mine is Yours is focusing on a coat drive for the winter.

Clothes can be dropped off at the office of New Concept Staffing Inc. at 190 Wiget Lane, Suite 102, Walnut Creek, Monday through Friday from noon to 4 p.m. For more information, visit the website whatsmineisyours.us, or email whatsmineisyours2@gmail.com.

The charity does schedule pickups for 10 or more pieces of clothing. If teens girls donate 10 or more pieces of clothing to the charity, they can receive a "What's Mine is Yours" tank top.

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