Caring Partners

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Anton’s Cleaners, Inc. has a long tradition of commitment to the community. In 2009, the company established Caring Partners, Inc. to support the continued growth of its community relations programs.

Our Mission

Caring Partners Inc. is a 501c(3) organization that develops and implements programs to collect and distribute good quality articles of clothing to children, individuals and families in need. Serving Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire, Caring Partners presently sponsors two annual programs, Belle of the Ball in the spring and Coats for Kids in the fall.

Belle of the Ball cleans and distributes prom dresses and provides related accessories at no charge to high school junior and senior girls who would otherwise not have the opportunity to attend their school’s prom.
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Boutique Day 2014 Highlights

Press Article | 04-14-14
Boutique Day 2014 On April 5, 2014, Simmons College was transformed into a ballroom, as over 2,000 dresses were displayed for over 400 girls who attended the Belle of the Ball Boutique Day. The invitation-only event was a daylong parade of beautiful young ladies dressed in equally gorgeous dresses. The enthusiastic volunteers came from the [...]   Read More »
The mission of Coats for Kids is simple, “Anyone who needs a coat will have one.” Each fall, Anton’s collects, cleans, and distributes over 60,000 coats for children and adults.
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Coats for Kids provides Salvation Army coats for 5,000 families

Press Article | 12-17-13
VIDEO by John Wilcox, Boston Herald. The Salvation Army hosted its 14th annual Christmas Castle event. One of the largest holiday distribution initiatives in Massachusetts. The event provides clothing, toys, and food vouchers to over 14,000 residents in need. “These are people who are just trying to provide for their kids,” said Drew Forster, spokesman… Read More »