FILL THE BUS
Making Stops for Kids in Need
August 1st through August 12th
We need YOUR help! Kids all over MA & NH do not have the appropriate clothing and basics they need to attend school. Catie’s Closet’s mission is to help kids ages 4-19 – by giving them the clothing and basics they need to confidently walk through their school doors every day, FREE OF CHARGE. These important basics help children secure a brighter future by removing the burden of fitting in and clearing a path to focus on their education.
The need just continues to grow... now that we are helping 37 schools, we are coordinating a rally to get communities and businesses to open up their hearts, drawers and closets to help kids feel loved, confident and worthy.
Catie's Closet is coming to Copley on August 9th from 10AM to 1PM!
Join us at Copley Square in Boston for our biggest Bus Stop of our Fill the Bus event! We will be collecting donations and processing them live on site! Stop by on your lunch break or make a day trip to Boston - this is a great opportunity to have some fun in the sun while learning more about the importance of self confidence to a child in-need!
You can't miss us - we'll be the ones with the big yellow bus!
GET READY... GET SET... GET INVOLVED!
Whether you're an owner or employee of a company, a member of an organization or an individual looking to make a contribution, there's opportunities for everyone!
Our goal is to load school buses with 25,000 donated items and raise $25,000 through our Fill the eBus campaign!
The best part is that EVERYONE can help us reach our goal!
Perhaps you have youth and teen clothing that you have been outgrown and need a new home. We have thousands of children that would be overjoyed to have it. Just think what that pair of jeans can do for a child and how that coat you no longer wear could help a child stay warm this winter. If you don't have young ones at home then a new pair of socks or bottle of shampoo will surely polish the sparkle on any child.
Together we think we can fill enough buses to help 26,000+ students start this new year of school on the right foot.