School uniform wardrobe bank needs help
September 8, 2015 - School Uniform
LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) – There are copiousness of dull shelves during a School Uniform Clothing Bank during a Pearl Street United Methodist Church.
“We are indeed blank sizes 6, 7, 8, 10, 12,” Deborah Yunginger, a coordinator of a wardrobe bank, told ABC 27 News. “It’s upsetting since we can’t send out a order.”
The wardrobe bank provides new or kindly used uniforms for School District of Lancaster students in need.
Yunginger said this propagandize year they’ve already served roughly 250 children, that is a many they’ve helped. She pronounced the need keeps growing.
“There was a family and a children during one time were holding turns wearing a uniforms,” she said.
Some of a shelves seem full, though Yunginger pronounced after this year they will be called on again when students are relocating into a district.
“We are here via a propagandize year to assistance out since children move, they outgrow (clothes),” she said.
Yunginger is creation a pull to get some-more clothes.
“We are looking for toddler and adult by group and women sizes,” she said. “I’ve had a ask already for 4x group shirts. Students come in all sizes.”
The School Uniform Clothing Bank needs white, navy, and light blue shirts. They are also looking for navy and tan khaki pants.
You can dump off donations during Pearl Street United Methodist Uniform Bank during 133 Pearl Street, Lancaster. You can also give them a call during (717) 393-8892.