Clothes Less Traveled Opens 2023 Grant Process

Pictured above Clothes Less Traveled’s Chief Impact Officer Kimber Huff presents a $10,000 grant to CEO Alice Harper and Volunteer from the Royal Family Kids Camp, a nonprofit providing summer camp for foster kids in Fayette County.

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Clothes Less Traveled, a nonprofit thrift store in Peachtree City, is preparing to open their two-step annual grant process.

Since their founding in 1997, Clothes Less Traveled has been committed to reinvesting profits into the local community, awarding over $7.5 million dollars to more than 100 charities. These grants support a wide range of local causes including healthcare, food insecurity, animal protection, special education, foster care, conservation and more. 

“We look forward to empowering change in our community by continuing to work with our local non-profit partners in many ways,” said Frank Newland, 2023 Clothes Less Traveled Grant Committee Chair. “Returning our profits into our community is a core value at CLT and we have proudly done so for many years.  We continue to be both humbled and honored by this and look forward to making a positive impact in 2023!”

Charities located in Fayette or Coweta County may complete the first step – an eligibility application – beginning November 1. Interested nonprofits should visit to learn more about the requirements and apply.Applicants who are interested in applying for annual grants must complete the eligibility application by December 15. Nonprofits will receive notification of their eligibility status via email on a rolling basis.

This email will also contain a link to the second step – an annual grant application. The deadline for applying for annual grants is January 15, 2023.

“CLT exists to give back to our community,” said Executive Director Kimber Huff. “We love being able to make a positive impact by supporting other nonprofits.”

Please direct all questions regarding grant applications to [email protected].

Executive Director Marie Powell and Volunteer Board Members from CORRAL, a nonprofit therapeutic riding center in Coweta County, accept a $5,000 grant from Clothes Less Traveled.

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