The JCPS 15th district Parent Teacher Association (PTA)’s Clothing Assistance Program (CAP) is hosting a clothing drive to benefit young boys and girls in the area ages 6 through 16. The greatest need is for new and/or gently used pants; All clothing donated is distributed directly to Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) students.
Feeling the love? Clean out those closets: Pants (jeans, cargo pants, track pants, leggings and basketball/athletic shorts or pants) are the greatest – and most desperate – need. Donations are accepted at CAP, 319 S. 15th St., from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Friday, May 5 (Oaks Day) and Tuesday, May 15 (Primary Election Day). For those who are not “in the know,” the CAP drop-off facility is less than a mile from Louisville’s Museum Row.
Businesses, houses of worship and charitable organizations are encouraged to participate. For more information, contact Justin Willis via phone (502) 485-7450 or email at [email protected]. Receipts, including tax information for both nonprofits (15th District PTA and CAP) will be made available. Download a brochure of CAP’s complete needs, mission and history.