Children’s Clothing Closet
Launched in 2016, the JFS Children’s Clothing Closet provides a seasonal response to the clothing needs of the elementary school age children in the Metrowest community, with a specific focus on the most economically challenged schools in Framingham.
The three-pronged operational model includes seasonal Ready to Wear packages, pop-up shopping events, and individual/family emergency distributions. Current partners include the Harmony Grove and Brophy Elementary Schools and Framingham Adult ESL Plus.
Contact us today to learn how you can volunteer with or donate to the JFS Children’s Clothing Closet!
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Volunteers Jane Joiner, Noreen Begley, Leslie Singer, and Carol Hengerle went through 18 boxes of new adult clothing from Good360. The group folded, organized, and tagged 560 items. Once sorted, the items provided by Good360 were transported to the JFS Children’s...
Last week, with the generous financial assistance and volunteer effort of the Yale Appliance Foundation, JFS distributed over 100 new winter coats and pairs of shoes to children in need. The foundation donated an additional 150 pairs of shoes, which will be stored and...
This month, Rashi School teens collected over 250 pairs of new socks and underwear for the JFS Children’s Clothing Closet, under the guidance of Dean of Students Joni Fishman, Director of Social Justice Stephanie Rotsky, and Social Justice Assistant Sherman Goldblum. ...