The Germantown store gives back to the Memphis community

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The shop donates lightly worn clothing to women coming out of prison, prostitution and human trafficking.

GERMANTOWN, Tenn. — A Germantown woman brings more meaning to women’s clothing.

Brittany Germany opened her home to launch Revive Boutique, a non-profit organization whose mission is to bring hope and beauty to women and inspire them to transform their communities for the glory of God.

Revive supports different organizations that serve resilient women and children in Memphis, including A Way Out Ministries, Neighborhood Christian Center, Las Americas, Foster Village, and Revive Studio.

The shop also donates lightly worn clothing to women coming out of prison, prostitution and human trafficking.

“We also want to provide them with a safe and beautiful shopping experience. Not only are your clothes used for our store, but they are also used directly for women who need a fresh start,” Germany said.

Revive is always looking for more donations of clothing, handbags, shoes and accessories. They are also rolling out a new program where they collect donations from people (at the moment they rely on people dropping off donations for them).

Revive’s next pop-up stores will take place on April 2 and 22. For more information, Click here to visit their website.

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