PG&E Employees Volunteer to Build Clothing Closet in Greenville

PG&E volunteers have built and stocked a shed providing free clothing for the Greenville community as part of the company’s ongoing efforts to support recovery following the Dixie Fire. Ten PG&E volunteers built the ten-by-ten shed on Pine St. in Greenville. The shed is now part of “THE SPOT,” a community center that houses several small businesses and will be managed by community leaders as “THE SPOT CLOSET.”

New and used clothing and footwear donated by PG&E employees were used get THE SPOT CLOSET up and running and donations will also be accepted. If you were affected by the Dixie Fire you can visit the shed for needed clothing on intermittent weekends and during community events. PG&E’s Rebuild Team, which is assisting in rebuilding after the Dixie Fire, built the shed to address the continued need to accept and distribute donated clothing. PG&E employees will continue collecting clothing donations from coworkers throughout the region to support THE SPOT CLOSET.

For more information, contact the Dixie Fire Collaborative by visiting