Kid’s Kloset Celebrates Clothing 1,000+ Needy Kids
WJCS Kid’s Kloset Celebrates Clothing 1,000+ Needy Kids
Pass It On Kid’s Kloset, a program of Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS), has clothed more than 1,000 local children in need over the past year. That remarkable milestone was celebrated recently by volunteers (aka “fashionistas”) who donate their time to sort and assemble “bags of love” that are given to local families in need. An all-volunteer effort, Kid’s Kloset relies on donations of children’s clothes, diapers and strollers to pass on free of charge to families who cannot afford them. “Although there is tremendous wealth in our community, nearly 12% of Westchester’s children live in poverty,” says Stephanie Roth, Kid’s Kloset Director. “Kid’s Kloset helps to bridge the gap for those families.” Kid’s Kloset is located at 170 East Post Road (White Plains) in a space donated by WJCS Board member Roy Stillman of Stillman Management. Clothing donations can be dropped off by appointment by contacting 914-831-7616or email@example.com. Volunteers are always welcome. For more information about Kid’s Kloset, go to www.wjcs.com/KidsKloset and or “like” us on Facebook.