Sort and Pack Clothes for 6 schools in KCK

Serve KC volunteers will help sort and packed up donated clothes for children at Mark Twain, McKinley, and other schools in KCK. Many are refugees, and most speak English as a second language.

This year the Clothing Fair is a more targeted approach by giving the clothing to the schools so they can distribute it during the year to those children they identify. When Kimberley Montini began teaching at Mark Twain Elementary, she noticed many students came to school wearing the same outfit all week. Instead of focusing on one school, SIX schools will receive clothing.

**Age Requirements: This is a family-friendly event as children as young as 3 may volunteer!

**Leave all valuables and personal belongings locked in the trunk of your car as there is no secure place to leave them during the event.

**Waitlist: If an event is full volunteers can join the waitlist. If a spot opens up, you are automatically added to the attending list in the order you joined the waitlist. Please remove yourself from the waitlist if you make other plans so the next available person can join in the event of a last minute cancellation.

Any questions, please feel free to contact me directly 913-744-5266 or

L3 | Love Literacy LIfe ( got its start in the fall of 2014 after Board Member Kimberley Montini, a teacher at Mark Twain Elementary ( in Kansas City, KS confided to a friend that there were children at her school who were in need. Serving children in Kansas City, Kansas with LOVE by providing basic necessities and supporting LITERACY in order to ensure a higher quality of LIFE.

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