Members of the Keyette and Interact clubs at Jonathan Law High School will hold a big clothing tag sale this weekend to raise money for charity.
The club members have been collecting gently used clothing from students and faculty at their high school as well as from students and staff at other schools in Milford.
The clothing collected includes children's clothing, toddler sizes through young children and teens. There is also men's and women's clothing sizes small to extra large.
All the donated clothing will be sold at very inexpensive prices during their tag sale at Jonathan Law High School on Saturday, May 9, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the old gym.
The proceeds from the clothing tag sale will benefit The Toy Closet at Bridgeport Hospital, which purchases toys and other items for hospitalized children to help make their stay easier.
Sisters and organizers Gianna and Madison Laezzo wanted to create a way to get kids involved in community service and help those in need.
“Our mission statement is very simple: Donate, Shop and Do Good! We asked the very generous students and faculty of our high school and participating elementary schools to donate their gently used clothing, which will be sold at our clothing tag sale on May 9,” the sisters said in a press release. “We wanted to offer great clothing at inexpensive prices in order to help those families and individuals who could benefit from a clothing sale like ours.”