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    Taxonomy Code: BM-6500.1500-830

    Programs that pay for or provide new or secondhand shoes. Included are odd shoe exchanges.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Business Women Clothing / Leanna’s ClosetLeanna’s Closet is a Greeley nonprofit that provides business clothing to women in need through a voucher and referral system. The organization provides free business clothing for low income and disadvantaged women with pride and dignity. Who are presently working, or those planning to enter the work force.Weld CountyLeanna’s ClosetLeanna’s Closet
    Clothing Bank (Lawrence Street) - Volunteers of AmericaOffers clothing, shoes, household items such as decorations, and kitchen items, and personal hygiene products once a week at no cost to clients.Denver CountyLawrence Street - Volunteers of AmericaVolunteers of America
    Clothing - Household / Gifts from the HeartGifts from the Heart is a non-profit collection donated clothes, household & baby items for people in need in our community. All items distribute out are from generous local donations.Weld CountyGifts from the HeartGifts from the Heart
    Employment Services - St Francis CenterProvides services to former offenders and helps disadvantaged, hardworking people overcome barriers, and rebuild self-sufficiency, confidence, and pride with a focus on reintegration. Drop in services include: - Computers with internet access, e-mail, and resume programs - Bus tickets (employment purposes only) - Job Leads - Resume assistance - Referrals to other agencies - Work tools/footwear - Driver's License vouchersDenver County14th Ave - St Francis CenterSt Francis Center

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