Top 10 Most Needed Items

December 17, 2009 at 11:37 am 1 comment

This season, we are more in need of children’s clothing, coats, and footwear than ever before. This week, we have over 800 orders waiting to be filled for children all across the state, and the high numbers will continue through the holidays and into the new year. Unfortunately, we are consistently struggling to meet the high demand.

Please clean out your closets to help thousands of children in Massachusetts stay safe and warm, especially on a day like today, where local winds are making the temperature feel like -4 degrees.

Here are the items we are desperately in need of:

1. Kids’ winter clothing, especially pants, sizes newborn – 18/20 (we also accept adult sizes S-L)

2. Kids’ winter coats, especially sizes 5/6 and 7/8, boys and girls

3. Kids’ winter boots, sneakers, and shoes, all sizes (including adult male/female up to size 11)

4. Winter hats and gloves, especially for children aged 7-12

5. Car seats

6. Lightweight strollers

7. Pack ‘n Plays

8. Baby safety supplies and bedding

9. New socks and underwear

10. Baby board books


Entry filed under: Boston, Child Poverty.

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  • 1. Patricia  |  January 14, 2010 at 5:32 pm

    C’mon people–just do it! You have no idea how little of your effort is required to achieve big results.


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