Sponsor Spotlight: Online auction of children’s clothing to support local students

Clothes For Kids, which provides school cabinets to needy children in the Edmonds School District, is hosting an online auction this week. Dozens of great items for sale including travel packages, sporting events, fine dining, family activities, art, jewelry and more.

You can browse the auction items here. Registration is free and your credit card will not be charged unless you place a winning bid.

Some of the auction packages will only be available during the live auction on Saturday, May 21 at 7 p.m. Auctioneer Bill Foote will host the online auctions for the live auction packages. They include the Woodinville wines package, which includes tastings and visits to local winemakers and a range of local wines, and the Take me to the sailors package with six tickets to the Seattle Mariners game and two premium parking passes, plus an assortment of Mariners goodies. The incredible Trip to Maui offers a seven-night stay in a Maui condo, Hawaiian adventures and activities, gift cards to local restaurants and stores, and a variety of Hawaiian treats. The live auction can be found here.

Clothes For Kids is supported and made possible by the generosity of the community we serve. So far in the 2021-2022 school year, Clothes For Kids has provided over 5,400 complete school wardrobes to low-income students right here in Snohomish County.

All funds raised from the auction will go directly to the Clothes For Kids school wardrobe program. Clothes For Kids is very grateful to its sponsors – Mountain Pacific Bank, Charlie’s Produce, Wesco Autobody Supply and Kunthara Auto License.

When children have access to high-quality school clothes and shoes, they can attend class warm, well-dressed and ready to succeed in school. You can help empower students and strengthen families in our community through your advocacy, volunteering and donating to Clothes For Kids. Visit www.clothesforkids.org for more information.

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