For my capstone project I decided to create what I’ve titled the “SLA thrift”. Essentially it is a way for students to collect and donate clothing as needed. It is a clothing rack placed in a convenient area for SLA students to access. And includes a variety of styles and sizes with the goal of making it inclusive to all. Philadelphia is home to many things, but one of those things includes one of the highest poverty rates out of all major school districts. My goal behind my capstone is to make sure that no student feels less than based off of the inability to obtain something as simple as clothing. Essentially, you never know who needs help and the SLA thrift serves as a simple and discreet way to provide that to anyone in our community in need. To get more information out I sent out an advisory memo informing people of the location and how it works, as well as an opportunity for students to get rid of unwanted clothing. Finally, I dedicate this lengthy process to all of the people that provided me with the necessary resources. Those people include the family, friends and community who donated clothing. My mother who constantly kept me on track to thoroughly complete my capstone. My advisor/mentor who aided me with no hesitation anytime I needed help or felt stuck. And finally the many staff of Benjamin Franklin High School who provided me with the materials to display the donated items. All in all my capstone would be nothing without the people above.