We’re Getting Ready for Back to School and Need Your Help

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Requests from social workers are beginning to pour in for fall and winter back to school clothes. Last August and September we had almost 300 requests for clothing packages and gift cards and expect that number to increase this year.  We need your help to stock our shelves to fill those orders and provide a beautiful start to the school year for the children in need.

We are currently in need of the following items:

  • New sneakers and winter boots sizes 10 toddler to 5 adult
  • New underwear sizes 4T-18/20 kids
  • New pajamas sizes 4T-18/20 kids
  • New or very gently used fall and winter clothing for boys and girls, sizes 4T-18/20 kids: dresses, shirts, pants, sweaters, sweatshirts and jackets

Gift cards in $25, $50 and $75 amounts to local clothing stores are also needed.  If you would like to donate money to help buy these items, you can do so here .

On behalf of the children we serve, we thank you for your support.

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Thank you to the Cape Community Business Partners for once gain including Katelynn’s Closet in the Chip In Fore Charity mini golf tournament at the Bass River Sports World in South Yarmouth. Your dedication to our mission helps us provide the clothes and shoes to the children in need.

2016 Last Gasp Bike Ride

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Thank you so much to everyone who supported Team Katelynn’s Closet!  Our riders trained and showed their commitment to Katelynn’s Closet. They had a great ride as they traveled from Sandwich to Provincetown on Sunday, September 18th. Special thanks to our partner, Habitat for Humanity Cape Cod who continued to provide the caring ways and encouragement to our team.

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Clothing bags & gift cardsdistributed last year

1155

With your help, we can do more

How Can I Help?

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