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    Programs that pay for or provide new or secondhand clothing or school uniforms for children who need something appropriate to wear to school.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Looking Good and Feeling Better Program - Teens With PromiseEveryday Wear - Teens With Promise provides new and/or gently used clothing for teenagers in the Pikes Peak region. Each teen that meets eligibility criteria is allowed to select up to three outfits at no cost. We believe that youth who have new clothes often feel better about themselves, and they are more likely to stay in school and make progress toward positive life goals. Formal Wear - Each year, Teens With Promise hosts a Prom Dress Fashion Event with over 800 new and gently used prom dresses. High school youth in El Paso County are able to come and rent a beautiful formal gown for only $20. Interview Wear - Youth who begin the search for their first job are sometimes at a loss in how to dress for a job interview. The Teen Shop allows teens to shop for an appropriate interview outfit with the consultation of a personal shopper. Winter Coat Wear - During the cold months, Teens With Promise visits local high schools and youth shelters to deliver winter coats for youth in need. Hats, gloves, and scarves are also provided.El Paso CountyTeens with PromiseTeens with Promise
    Precious Essentials - A Precious ChildPrecious Essentials provides clothing, coats, shoes, toiletries, home goods, and other basic essentials to disadvantaged and displaced children and families. Families can receive a fixed amount of clothing and basic necessities for their children, as well as themselves. Please note that all goods provided are based on availability.Broomfield CountyA Precious ChildA Precious Child
    REACH-Homeless School Youth ProgramResource Education, Advocacy for Children who are Homeless, case specific.. Advocacy upon enrollment and transportation to and from school. Free breakfast and lunch, school supplies, hygiene supplies, and advocacy for retention of school of origin. Clothing vouchers, Park & Rec Scholarship, Referrals for Grand Junction Housing Authority Program.Mesa CountyMesa County Valley School Dist. #51Mesa County Valley School District #51
    School Clothing - Assistance League of DenverOffers new clothing at no cost to low income children from Oct 2nd - 7th, 2017. Students must be enrolled in selected Denver Public Schools (DPS); call for more information as only 20 schools are on the list. Denver CountyBasic Needs - Assistance League of DenverAssistance League of Denver
    School Clothing - Love INC of the Yampa ValleyProvides new school clothing for youth in preschool through 12th grades.Moffat CountyLove INC of the Yampa ValleyLove INC of the Yampa Valley

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