It was out with the uniforms and in with the pajamas for an all-girls Catholic school in Westchester who collected clothes for the homeless.
Students at The Ursuline School in New Rochelle once again participated teamed with the Pajama Program to collect more than 700 pajamas and 100 new books. The donated items were sent to Cardinal McCloskey Community Services in Valhalla, where they will be distributed to the homeless in area shelters.
The books and pajamas were distributed on Friday morning. This is the second year that the school has teamed with the organization to help outfit children in homeless shelters. The school even hosted a “Pajama Program Pep Rally” on Friday to celebrate the donations.
On Facebook, the school posted. “the efforts of this outstanding organization will assist to make bedtime a little more special for children who are displaced.”
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