The Richland branch manager of the uniform company UniFirst, dropped off 500 pieces of clothing for men staying at the mission.
This is one of the biggest clothing donations the mission has ever seen, and with the cold temperatures coming up, men staying at the mission say it will make a big difference.
Steve Green has been staying at the Tri-City Union Gospel Mission for about a year, and says many of the men staying with him rely on help from others to survive.
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