Disaster Relief: Hurricane Matthew & Louisiana Flood Efforts

We are working with our disaster response partners and local agencies to see how we can best support people impacted in the Caribbean and the U.S. by Hurricane
 Matthew.  T here will be more details to come as the needs of hurricane victims are determined. 

We also continue to work with Baton Rouge on their flood relief  initiatives. 
K.I.D.S./Fashion Delivers partnered with Louisiana State Representative
Edward "Ted" James  and the Urban League of Louisiana to help individuals and families affected by the floods in the Baton Rouge area. With the support of the community and our generous donors we staged a free, private shopping experience that took place from October 27 through October 30, helping thousands of residents recovering from the flooding.

Individuals and families affected by Hurricane Matthew & the flooding in Louisiana can use  men's, women's and children's apparel - especially shoes, socks and underwear. Towels, sheets, blankets, comforters, pillows and home items are also needed.

I f you have any of the necessary products, or know a company that does, please contact Carla Fattal at  Carla@donateproduct.com or 646-362-9088.

For our product donation form, please click here:

To donate money to help transport the product please click here:

Product and funds raised for this disaster relief effort will be used first for victims of Hurricane Matthew and flooding in Louisiana. Any excess resources will be used in our ongoing poverty relief programs nationwide.
Photo of the Quarter 

K.I.D.S./Fashion Delivers hosted a fun-filled afternoon at our New York City community partner Coalition for the Homeless. H&M staff donated children's apparel to the coalition and during the event 15 children were able to receive brand new apparel just in time for the new school year. H&M also donated new decorative home items for the Coalition clients who are moving to stable housing.
K.I.D.S./Fashion Delivers Annual Gala

Richard Barry
Executive Vice President, Global Chief Merchandising Officer Toy"R"Us Inc
 Marc Heller 
President of CIT Commercial Services and K.I.D.S./Fashion Delivers Board Member

Celebrating Product Donors 

 Central Park West & 79th St, New York, NY 10024

Community Partner of the Quarter: Denver Health Foundation
(L to R: Abby & Cliff Lesser with Baby Alice and Mother from the Denver Health Foundation)
Since becoming a part of our Funded Agency Program, the Denver Health Foundation has been able to expand the scope of their programs offered by creating special distributions for families, such as the recent "Christmas in July" giveaway that included new Toys "R" Us and Gerber Childrenswear, as well as essential items like summer dresses, pajamas, swim trunks, running suits and much more.

K.I.D.S/Fashion Delivers Staff:  New Team Members

Pictured left to right, 
Ludovic Leroy- Director of Development
Merrie Keller- Director of Product Procurement 
Lauren Barnett- Development & Events Manager
Shaun Caruana- Development Associate 
New & Reactivated Product Donors of the Quarter
Thank you to all of our new and reactivated product donors. Your donations of brand new product allow us to continue to make an impact  in the lives of people challenged by poverty and natural disaster. 

Authentic Brands Group
Bata & Batuta
Center Court
Down Decor
Engage Green
Luciano Barbera
Peter Thomas Roth 
Revman International
Saban Brands
The Camuto Group
The Rug Market
Wear Me Pro
Recent Press
  • The Advocate - Free Clothing Store  for Flood Victims Pops Up at Cortana Mall 
  • New York Nonprofit Media - NYN Media Insights podcast with the Robin Hood Foundation and K.I.D.S/ Fashion Delivers 
  • Footwear News - K.I.D.S./Fashion Delivers & Skechers Donate More Than 7 Million Shoes to KIDS in Need
  • Yahoo Finance - H&M Debuts Buy Home, Give Home Campaign with Non- Profit K.I.D.S./ Fashion Delivers
  • Sourcing Journal - Sustainable Down Source Initiatives  Support Local Children 
Make a Difference Today!

The K.I.D.S./Fashion Delivers team works to make an impact in the lives of individuals, families, and children affected by poverty and disaster!