So Loved Closet Supports Local Foster Children

A new local organization is asking for donations to help foster children in our communities.

(Ripley Co., Ind.) - A new local organization is starting their journey of helping local foster children in all communities. 

So Loved Closet's mission is to "meet the needs of children in foster care by providing clothes and other childcare items at no cost to the families." 

Donation lists include items such as gently used, stain free clothing, shoes, socks, underwear, and toiletries. 

The Ripley County based organization is willing to support any child regardless of their location. 

If you are interested in donating, you can contact Jamie Nobbe at 812-212-5039, Kayla Suits at 812-593-9840, or emailing solovedcloset@gmail.com.

Donations and pick ups will be available by appointment only. 

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