Laya’s Closet Is Dedicated To Giving Back With Style!
Our hopes are to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire, and development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
We are dedicated to assisting women in need with work-related clothing for job interviews and first days on the job. Our hopes are to boost morale, increase self-confidence, and empower adolescents and women who have experienced transitions in life through suffering from fear, lack of self-confidence, and physical, emotional, and/or mental abuse.
Mission of the community closet is to provide free gently used clothing to women who are entering the workforce, in the workforce, or otherwise in need of clothing.
Who Do We Serve:
We serve the working poor, homeless, students, returning veterans, elderly, disabled, victims of domestic abuse, and those who have emergency needs because of a fire, flood or other natural disaster. Once registered, clients may shop free of charge twice a month for up to a year to help them get back on their feet and into a better financial situation.
The community closet is usually in need of gently used in-season clothing that is fashionable, clean, and in good repair.
Due to COVID-19, we are only able to serve a limited number of women, and being blessed with an abundance of clothing are only able to accept donations of winter clothing of all sizes - business attire, coats & jackets, etc. at this time. Bras (new), shoes, boots, handbags, hats, scarves, and jewelry are also very much appreciated.
Your donations will bring joy to a woman on a special day that she can cherish for a lifetime. Donations can be made by appointment on Wednesday 9am – 1pm and Saturdays 1pm – 3pm.
If you would like to make a donation, please send us a message and we will get back to you shortly (please leave a message and someone will call you back to schedule). Thank you!
To become a volunteer click here.
Clients must register for an appointment in order to shop schedule appointment here.