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SOUTH COUNTY FOSTER CLOSET

The South County Foster Closet supports and equips children and families touched by foster care.

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SOUTH COUNTY FOSTER CLOSET
AT A GLANCE

A Bit of Background

The South County Foster Closet was created in March 2018 when a group of moms in St. Louis, Missouri decided to take a step of faith. They began collecting clothing, shoes, and baby items to be sorted and passed along to children in foster care, free of charge. Since then, hundreds of children in the St. Louis area and beyond have been impacted by this ministry. Our prayer is that God's love would be shared with every child we serve. 

 
Baby Laundry Hanging on a Clothesline

I love having items delivered in the rush of new placement, it’s SO helpful and one less thing to worry about."

- Foster Mom

What We Do

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Helping Hands

COLLECTING DONATIONS

The South County Foster Closet wouldn't exist without the generous support of our community. 

Please note that we are NOT accepting used toys, stuffed animals, and books at this time due to limited space. Other items we are NOT able to take at any time:  car seats, cribs/beds, unpackaged underwear, and any items that are stained, damaged, or missing parts.

SERVING FOSTER FAMILIES

We are committed to providing stylish, new and like-new clothing and shoes to foster families, free of charge and as quickly as possible. We carry all sizes from newborn to adult. If you are a foster parent or social worker, click here to let us know the gender, size, and season of clothing you need. We ask all families to show placement paperwork to ensure that our donations support children in foster care. We can deliver in as little as a few days in St. Louis County, City, and Arnold. If you live outside our area, we can meet in South County for pick-up. 

We do most of our communication through social media - come follow us!

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CONTACT SOUTH COUNTY FOSTER CLOSET

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Give justice to the weak and the fatherless; maintain the right of the afflicted and the destitute.