BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- Until January 15th, those at Duds and Suds laundry in Binghamton could be washing their clothes for a good cause. The laundromat is teaming up with the Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse to help provide food for those less fortunate.
Duds and Suds is offering 50 cent unlimited washes on its top-load machines and 100 percent of the money is going to the Broome County Council of Churches, which runs CHOW.
"We feel that we're giving back to the customers because 50 cents on the wash is pretty good and if all that money goes straight to CHOW, which I believe is a very good cause, it's a win-win," said owner of Duds and Suds, Avi Berger.
CHOW organizers say it typically receives about 150,000 pounds of food a month, most of which is given out soon after it comes in.