Why only women?

A: Garment was created to help everyone. To start, we chose to help women as the ratio of women to men in treatment for eating disorders ranges from 6:1 to 10:1. We hope to grow and be able to help men in recovery as well.


What is success to Garment?

A: Success to The Garment Project is providing women with confidence through clothing, keeping each individual focused on long-term healthy recovery.


Do you accept used clothing donations?

A: Garment aims to provide women with new, never worn clothing from corporate sponsors. This helps us maintain an even and manageable inventory.


How can individuals or families contribute?

A: If you are able to, please consider a recurring or one-time donation. Your donations will help us provide clothes, reach new treatment facilities, and help more women focus on their success in recovery.


What are ways that a corporation can contribute?

A: There are many ways that corporations can contribute to Garment. The first is to provide Garment with donations of new, never worn clothing. The second way to contribute is with a monetary donation. Similarly, the third is to begin a donation match program with your employees. If you are interested in contacting us on behalf of a corporation, please email us at info@thegarmentproject.org.


How are donations processed?

A: The Garment Project is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization and your donation is tax-deductible within the guidelines of U.S. law. Online donations to Garment are securely processed through Classy, while checks can be payable to:

The Garment Project
PO BOX 7100
Pittsburgh, PA 15212

To claim a donation as a deduction on your U.S. taxes, please keep your email donation receipt as your official record. We'll send it to you upon successful completion of your donation.


How can I help if I can't afford to donate?

A: Certainly not everyone is able to donate money. If you would like to help Garment, but are not able to donate, please spread the word about our organization. Awareness about eating disorders is terribly low considering how prevalent the illnesses are. Be a good role model for your peers and do your best to educate yourself on how you can help someone who is struggling. For more, reach out to us on social media.


Looking for help?

A: Garment is not a team of trained mental health professionals and does not provide direct mental health services. If you or someone you know is struggling, help is just a call or click away.

  • Call NEDA’s toll free, confidential Helpline at 1-800-931-2237

  • For crisis situations, text "NEDA" to 741741 to be connected with a trained volunteer at NEDA’s Crisis Text Line

  • For more options and information, please visit NEDA’s support page.


Have a question for us?

A: Send us an email! All emails can be directed to: info@thegarmentproject.org


Want to send us some snail mail?

We’d love to hear from you! Please send donations, letters, and other correspondence to:

The Garment Project
PO Box 7100
Pittsburgh, PA 15212