Children in Need of School Uniforms
July 12, 2015 - School Uniform
School is only a few weeks divided that means many relatives are commencement to emporium for behind to propagandize uniforms and supplies.
Today, there are 22 children who live during a Sybil H. Smith Family Village in Mobile. It’s compared with dumas wesley and is a transitory housing module for families down on their luck, who don’t have a home of their own. The people during Dumas Wesley are holding a propagandize uniform and supply expostulate for a families who live there. They are seeking a village to assistance by donating uniforms for boys and/or girls of all sizes to a Dumas Wesley Center.
“Kids in general, a lot of times possibly going to a new propagandize or confronting a lot of a obstacles that a children face, we unequivocally wish them to go in with a grin on their face feeling good about themselves,” says Joni Hendee. Hendee is a Communications and Marketing Director for Dumas Wesley.
One of a mothers who lives during The Village, Florence Wright says she is elegant of those who can present to assistance her children out when it is time for propagandize to start.
“Trying to get behind and onward to work and compensate your bills, we only don’t have it. You only don’t have it, and as a mom we feel bad,” says Wright.
If you’d like to present to The Village during Dumas Wesley, they are holding all sizes for boys and girls. Because a lot of schools have specific colored shirts students have to wear, we can call The Village to see what tone shirts their children need.
Just call a series 251-473-5526 or revisit their website, www.dumaswesley.org.