These Teachers are Putting Overflowing Lost-and-Found Closets in Jacksonville Schools to Good Use”
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The Giving Closet Project Repurposes Unclaimed Lost-and-Found Items
Florida News – Line Article Student homelessness has doubled in the past 10 years and former teacher Jennifer Smith is helping many students feel more loved and comfortable in the classroom. A major problem reported by Northeast Florida schools is a dysfunctional or...
Former Jacksonville Teacher Giving Back to Homeless Students
First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross A former Jacksonville teacher is stepping up to help students experiencing hardships. When a local school's lost-and-found box filled up with 21 bags worth of belongings, The Giving Closest Project founder and former...
Former Jacksonville Teacher’s “Giving Closet” for Students in Need Expands
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We Are Community First – Community First Credit Union Interview
“Jennifer Smith’s Story Jennifer Smith always knew she wanted to work with children. In fact, Jennifer moved from Sebastian, Florida to Jacksonville to attend the University of North Florida (UNF) specifically to major in education. After graduation, Jennifer learned...
Webster School Launch Video
The Giving Closet Project partners with Community Partnership School https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pEcc3NJ2fw
The Chat with Giving Closet Project
Ignite Success with Snowden McFall
Jennifer Smith and The Giving Closet Project https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b42UUJlTzhs
The GCP Repurposes Lost and Found Items
Legacy of Leaders
Local Teach with a Big Heart on a Mission to Make a Big Difference
First Coast News Story with Heather Crawford The Giving Closet Project opened its first full-service clothing assistance program at MLK Jr. FAME Academy on Thursday.
Jacksonville – Area Teacher starts The Giving Closet Project to Help Students in Need
Action News Story with Kaitlin Chana