Nonprofit Ensures Foster Kids Are Ready for the Bell

August 9, 2018

August 2018

James Storehouse recently provided back-to-school clothing and supplies for more than 300 children and young adults ages 10 to 22 who are in the Ventura County foster care system or who have recently aged out. Around 100 volunteers staffed the annual event that was held Aug. 4 at Casa Pacifica in Camarillo.
The majority of children served live in local group homes, but children living with foster families and relative caregivers also attended. The Newbury Park-based nonprofit is providing back-to-school supplies to children under the age of 10 during normal business hours at its location on Old Conejo Road.

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