God’s Closet Offers Shop for Free Day

          Kids grow up so fast. Seems like only yesterday my baby was, well, a baby. But, last week my “baby” turned 17!

          If you have kids, you know how fast they can grow out of clothes; and for families on a tight budget, keeping your kids in clothes that fit can be a concern.

          So, what if families in need could get free clothes for their kids? Guess what? They can, thanks to God’s Closet.

          God’s Closet collects new and gently used children’s clothes and shoes, then once a quarter they have a Free Shop-day Event and give the clothes out free! Only a small entrance fee is charged per family (usually $1.00).

          There are no requirements to receive donations from God’s Closet. If you are a family in need of clothes for your children “we invite you to join us for our Free Shop-day Event where you can take “free of charge” clothes for your children.” God’s Closet offers clothes for children from newborn to teenager.

          They are always in need of donated clothing. If you would like to help and be a blessing to a family in need by donating your gently used children’s clothes and shoes, please contact them. God’s closet cannot exist without your donations of clothing and/or time.

          The next God’s Closet events are:

          January 31, 2018: Volunteer Community Sort Day
          February 1, 2018: Volunteer Community sort Day
          February 1, 2018: Teen Shop Night
          February 2, 2018: God’s Closet Shop Day

          For more information, please visit God’s Closet online, or on Facebook.


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