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The GetUp Crew

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Two years ago Kylie Knowles and Alissa Lamoureaux from Keene Middle School in New Hampshire saw a need and wanted to make a difference. They saw that there were students in the hallway who were wearing the same clothes all the time, or were wearing dirty clothes and they felt bad. They talked to teachers and parents and the Keene Middle School Closet was born. It’s a student-run mini thrift store that’s a free shopping experience for anyone who needs clothes. Students and parents go through the clothes to make sure they’re not too heavily stained or worn out. And more good news…Kylie and Alissa are now in high school, but the project is still alive.

Keene Middle School project helps students who need clothes

A student-driven project in Keene is helping classmates in need.>> Download the FREE WMUR appThe Keene Middle School Closet has free, high-quality clothes for students who need them.