Your Thanks: Kim’s Kloset fundraiser in Milton is success for IDS of Janesville

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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

On Aug. 16, Kim’s Kloset, a women’s and children’s consignment shop in Milton, hosted a Fill-A-Bag Sale to benefit Independent Disability Services Inc. Each patron was able to fill a grocery bag, provided by Cowley’s Piggly Wiggly, with as much clothing and shoes as possible for $10.  The sale raised more than $450 for IDS!

In addition to the clothing sale, food was collected for the Milton Food Bank, and the clothing that wasn’t sold will be donated to M.O.M.E. (Moms On a Mission Exchange), a local group of mothers that helps families and individuals in the community meet their clothing needs.

“We are very grateful to Kim Powers for her generosity and her care for the community,” said Lisa Ames, IDS executive director. “Collaborating with local businesses and helping other nonprofits is a win-win for everyone, and we are so glad Kim chose IDS for this amazing fundraiser. We look forward to a long partnership with Kim’s Kloset!”

IDS is a nonprofit agency that has been serving individuals with developmental disabilities in Rock County since 1979. IDS delivers a full range of support and services and offers a unique, personalized approach to each client’s needs—working to advance independence and quality of life. For more information about IDS services, call 608-754-5552 or visit www.idsrock.com.


Public relations and marketing specialist

Independent Disability Services


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