​​Community Clothes Closet
      117 W 6th Street, Justin, TX     PO Box 475, Justin, TX 76247

Back to School New Shoes, Socks & Underwear Events

​​Each year Community Clothes Closet hosts a New Shoes, Socks & Underwear Event for school age children in our communities.  We time the event to coincide the NW ISD and Ponder ISD school openings and events.  

Our Annual Purse Auction if the major fund raiser for our Back to School Promotion.

Over the years many community partners have helped us bless our families and children:

Denton County Cowboy Church has served hotdogs, snow cones and water to our families.  Les Macsas provides the popular popcorn.

100 Dentonites, CoServ, Denton County Cowboy Church, Rebels For A Cause Denton County, Lady Wildhorse Lady Niners at Robson Ranch and many other organizations and individual friends have helped fund our purchases.  

AND we couldn't make this happen without our FABULOUS VOLUNTEERS!

We are so blessed.

                     “ I never understood how important these events were until I was checking out new socks and underwear for six kids.  

                      Thankful for people like you to help with the not so little things.” LP 8/19

August/September 2023:  730  school age kids received 7300 new socks & underwear PLUS 711 kids received NEW SHOES!

August/September 2022:  774  school age kids received 7734 new socks & underwear PLUS 753 kids received NEW SHOES!
August 2021:  470 school age kids received 4730 new socks & underwear 

August 2020:  484  school age kids received 4840 new socks & underwear

August 2019:  562  school age kids received 5620 new socks & underwear 

August 2018:  476  school age kids received 4760 new socks & underwear

August 2017:  448 school age kids received 4447 new socks & underwear

August 2016:  465 school age kids received 4445 new socks & underwear

August 2015:  452 school age kids received 2637 new socks & underwear

August 2014:  1833 new socks & underwear were distributed to school age children.

Beginning in 2016 additional funding enabled us to add to the number of items each child received.