For families on a shoestring budget, help is available again this summer to purchase "back-to-school" clothes and shoes. For the second year in a row, a partnership between United Way, Logan County Department of Job & Family Services, and Warm Clothes for Kids will ensure that up to 1,800 Logan County children are outfitted with the attire they need for the upcoming school year.
Warm Clothes for Kids, a United Way Funded Agency, will be providing a shoe voucher of $45 for each eligible child to supplement the $175 clothing voucher given by Job & Family Services.
Logan County families at or below 200 percent of the poverty level ($48,500/year for a family of four) with children in grades K-12 attending school outside the home are eligible.
Applications for this assistance MUST be completed and received by DJFS between June 27 and July 15 to qualify.
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