Our Core Values


Our Passion

Our passion for helping those in need is met by linking resources together. Together we can do much!

Our Mission

Clothing Across America provides new clothing and related items to a network of nonprofit organizations throughout the USA. By serving organizations that provide aid, Clothing Across America seeks to help restore dignity to those in need.

Our Philosophy

Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as you ever can.

We loved the words of John Wesley so much that we made it our Philosophy statement!

Our People

Diane Bishop, Executive Director/Founder Twenty-plus years of nonprofit work has kept her strategic thinking, fundraising, and marketing skills finely honed.  Blending her entrepreneurial spirit and passion for helping others.

John Mendoza, President. The epitome of a “people person,” John Mendoza understands the significance of establishing and cultivating solid working relationships.  During the eighteen-plus years that Mendoza has worked with nonprofits, he’s mastered a variety of responsibilities. 

Lori Fulcer, Secretary. Former president of an International nonprofit, Lori brings her talents to Clothing Across America. Her knowledge of national and international nonprofits sets the course for our success.

Amy Olvey, Treasurer. A tried and true nonprofit specialist brings her skills to Clothing Across America. Amy’s attention to detail and accuracy leads the way for good stewardship.

Edward Bishop, Board of Director. Edward brings his knowledge of warehouse expertise to ensure the warehouse is running at maximum capacity.

Denise Jordan Walker, National Director of Marketing. Known widely for her non-traditional, lively style of marketing, Denise Jordan Walker brings a wide array of public relations experience. From television broadcast channels to high profile entertainers, and Fortune 500 companies.

Our Valued Team

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