WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- More than 200 guests attended the Westchester Jewish Community Services Kids' Kloset event to help Westchester children.
Guests included George Oros, chief of staff to County Executive Rob Astorino; White Plains Mayor Thomas Roach and Assemblyman David Buchwald.
The three were among the more than 200 guests, parents and volunteers who attended the WJCS Kids’ Kloset first fashion show to raise funds to continue providing free clothing and related items to children in need in Westchester, representatives said in a release. More than 45 children walked the red carpet to model selections available through the Kids' Kloset.
WJCS Kids’ Kloset has been in existence for four years and during that time has donated more than 5,000 “bags of love” to children in Westchester, representatives said in the release. Funds collected at the event, which was held Sunday, March 23, at the Old Oaks Country Club in Purchase, will be used "to replenish supplies of items that need to be new or to keep the operation going," representatives said.
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