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One shirt can make a world of difference.

At least that's how WVU's 'We Can' Division of Sustainability feels.

The division participated in the National Clothing Drive hosted by Sustain U Friday.

It's asked people to stop by the Mountainlair and drop off not only shirts but pants, shoes and even torn clothing to help someone in need.

"You're not above it. There's nothing wrong with donating clothes that you don't need. It goes for a good cause and I would also press them to look at other areas of their lives where they can not waste. Whether it be transportation, using excessive water, or electricity," said Dan Bissiner, of the WVU Office of Sustainability.

The event was held until 7 p.m. Friday.