Juan Sayan (right), his assistant (middle) and JFS CEO Lino Covarrubias (left) with new JFS tote bag!

Thank you to Juan Sayan and his crew from InstMerch, Inc. for providing JFS with cloth tote bags to pack clothing for the JFS Children’s Clothing Closet!

JFS is committed to supporting local, minority-run businesses. Muchisimas Gracias, Juan and everyone at InstMerch!

About the JFS Clothing Closet: Launched in 2016, the JFS Children’s Clothing Closet provides a seasonal response to the clothing needs of the elementary school aged children in the Metrowest community, specifically focusing on the most economically challenged schools in Framingham.

Volunteers are needed to sort and organize clothing and pack clothing orders to distribute to families. We’re also looking for volunteers to join us at events in various community locations for our pop up children’s clothing store, where members of the community are able to shop for free. Volunteers unload clothes from the van, set up the racks of clothing, assist shoppers, and clean up.

For more information, please Contact Gail Gregory, Manager of Volunteer Services and Community Engagement at ggregory@jfsmw.org.