By cleaning out your closets – reusing, repurposing and recycling those items your child no longer needs – you can help equip low-income and homeless children with vitally needed everyday essentials to mitigate the acute effects of poverty while keeping these items out of landfills. Learn how to host a Spring Greening Drive, Give Back with an Outfit Pack, or contribute financially.
- Boys pants, sizes 7/8 - 14/16
- Boys PJs, sizes 9/10 -14/16
- Girls PJs, sizes 11/12 and 14/16
- New girls underwear sizes 5/6 and 7/8
- New boys underwear sizes 3T to 11/12
- Pack 'n Plays
- Baby Carriers (Bjorn, snugglie, sling)
Give Back with an Outfit Pack
Need: We are consistenly short on all types of clothing for older children in larger sizes. We need your help to have enough clothing to fill requests for clothing in larger sizes.
Below please find printable and online shopping lists for children Cradles to Crayons
will serve this spring:
*Please note that we are extremely low on boys and girls tops and bottoms in sizes 9/10, 11/12 and 14/16. We would encourage you to shop for these sizes in particular.
Steps to follow when Giving Back with an Outfit Pack:
1. Find the shopping list for size you would like to shop for OR shop online using our Amazon Wish List links
2. Download and print the outfit pack(s) shopping list
3. Go shopping for the winter items on the list
4. Attach the shopping list to your Outfit Pack
5. Transport the goods to Cradles to Crayons. Shopping online? Have items shipped directly to Cradles to Crayons, 30 Clipper Road, West Conshohocken, PA 19428.
6. Report you success to Cradles to Crayons
Ideas: Make this a shopping trip with your kids and a discussion about giving back. Make it a competition at work to see who can find the cutest outfits or help the most children. Or do it on your own by adding extra items to your shopping cart at your favorite retailer (or purchase online and ship the items directly to Cradles to Crayons). It’s a fun and meaningful way to keep kids warm all winter long.
Contact Renee Sanderford, Outreach Coordinator, with questions.