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We had hoped to bring you the news that our annual Blue Jean Bash gala would be held in person, but as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we have decided to cancel our in person event for 2020.
Clothes To Kids of Denver will be kicking off the festivities with a special video presentation on September 12 and will run our Silent Auction online through September 20. During that time, we are encouraging our supporters to celebrate with us remotely. Anything from a solo dance party at home to a socially-distanced gathering of family and friends. We can help with planning and will be featuring the efforts of our wonderful supporters throughout the event window.
Download our Sponsorship Packet* to learn more about how you can help. Giving levels range from $500 to $25,000 and all levels include this special limited-edition yard sign and recognition in all online event materials.
Help our cause by creating your own fundraising page today!
Your individual fundraising page allows you to share your story and set a goal. The funds you raise will help make our mission a reality!
American Design & Landscape Appliance Factory Fine Lines Suzy & Tom Bremer Camille Cox & Laurent-Perrier Champagne FirstBank Sue Graalman, In Memory of Gary Kantorei Randi Lewis & Gene Yoshida Glee & Hal Lunka Valerie & Mike Lunka Matter Family Office Joyce Meyers Kelly & Tim Root Lauren & Nik Stoffel Sean Walsh Consulting Paula & David Woodman
Undie 500 Sponsors
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About Clothes To Kids of Denver
The mission of Clothes To Kids of Denver is to provide new and quality used clothing to students from low-income or in-crisis families in the Denver Metro Area, free of charge.
History As school volunteers, Jode Eye and Marie McClung saw first-hand that inadequate clothing was a barrier to success among low-income children and youth. After some research, the two women discovered a tremendous need within their community for clothing for students, and worked together to found the first Clothes to Kids in Florida in 2002.
Gail Cerny, a volunteer serving in Colorado schools, also recognized a striking number of students without adequate clothing, which noticeably impacted their peer interactions, school attendance and ability to build self-esteem. After examining possible ways to meet this need in the Denver community, Gail visited the Clothes to Kids store in Florida in January of 2007. She was so inspired by the impact Clothes To Kids was having that she joined forces with Joyce Meyers, Lesa Butler and Mary Overington to found Clothes to Kids of Denver (CTKD), which opened its doors on September 2, 2008.
Today, CTKD provides hundreds of free school wardrobes each month to students from low-income or in-crisis families and has built a strong reputation among schools, human service agencies, shelters, hospitals, clinics and faith communities across the Denver Metro Area, which have come to rely on CTKD to meet the clothing needs of students from low-income families.