Kody's Closet is a Non-Profit Organization. Our mission is to offer free hygiene products to underpriviledged youth and ensure they are easily within reach. Feeling good will not only build self-esteem, it will improve their daily lives and point them on the path toward a brighter future.
Imagine you are a middle or high school student. You wake up in the morning to get ready for school, and you don’t have toothpaste, shampoo, or deodorant. How do you think you’d feel about yourself as you walk out the door to catch the bus or walk to school? Probably not very good.
I am sure that a lot of our children do not face this dilemma in the morning, but maybe you know of youth in your neighborhoods or schools that are not as fortunate. As we come upon the The holiday season, we can be thankful that we are able to provide for our children, and take this opportunity to help others in need by supporting our local non-profit organization called Kody’s Closet.
Kody's Closet was founded in 2013 by Colleen Thorn whose son, Kody, passed away unexpectedly at the age of 18. Kody's Closet hopes to help build self-esteem and improve the daily lives and futures of our youth. Their immediate goal is to install a “Kody's Closet” filled with personal hygiene products in middle and senior high schools in the metro area. Students can obtain these hygiene products privately from the school nurse, counselor, or a coach’s office.
There are currently fifteen schools with a“ Kody's Closets” and over a dozen on the waiting list.
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