Remember the excitement of childhood trick-or-treating disguised as your favorite character? Here’s your chance to relive that feeling by providing low income children with a memory-making costume of their own.
If you like to sew Halloween costumes and you’re like most home sewing aficionados, you have a substantial backlog of fabric just waiting to become a child’s dream costume! This year, consider donating your costuming skills to the Community Partners for Affordable Housing*.
Costumes fitting youth aged kindergarten through 6th grade, in a variety of sizes and kid-appropriate styles are wanted, with superhero and princess costumes being the most in demand.
Completed costumes should be dropped off by Wednesday, October 22 for distribution to children. Please contact Elena Knepprath for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Community Partners for Affordable Housing provides safe and healthy affordable housing along with support and skill building activities for individuals and families with the greatest need who live or work in the Tigard-Tualatin area.