Helping Out One Sweater at a Time

Threads for Kids is a Stanton Community Foundation program aimed at providing sweaters, jackets, and other outerwear to children at our local elementary schools. Just this year, 100 articles of clothing were donated to the Stanton Community. Every child deserves clothing that will keep them comfortable and warm, especially in the winter months, and we work every year to provide clothing to kids who need it.

Letters of thanks from Stanton schools


"It is of extreme importance for our students to be well fed and dressed appropriately in order to be ready to learn on a daily basis. Your sponsorship will mean that those students will not have to worry about being too cold in the morning... The entire Lawrence Elementary School community thanks you for your generosity and your continued support" -Principal Cesar Loya, Lawrence Elementary School

"Thank you so much for your contribution to make the lives of our students extra special and to acknowledge their hard work both in academics and behavior." -Principal Jesus Vazquez, Bryant Elementary School


"On behalf of St. Polycarp School community I would like to thank you for your generous gift... Your generosity will allow us to provide sweatershirts to those who cannot afford one. God bless you." -Principal Theresa Wyles, Saint Polycarp School


"The smile on their face when the received their new school hoodie was priceless. Thank you for being part of our team and supporting Walter students." -Principal Katie Brown, Walter Elementary

"Thank you again for all of the help and support that you provide our families all year long." -Principal Elizabeth Nordyke, Robert M. Pyles Elementary