9 The Ministry for Social Justice & the Environment (MSJE) is sponsoring the annual KEEP THEIR BOTTOMS WARM FUNDRAISER from now through DECEMBER 2020 for Bryan Independent School District (BISD) HOPE'S LOCKER

We are looking for contributions of new underwear and socks as well as boys' and men's clothing. BISD HOPE'S LOCKER distributes gently used clothing, new school supplies, and non-perishable food to the children of the BISD that are deemed homeless. They often receive clothing donations from the community but seem to always run short on boys' and men's clothing as well as new underwear and socks, since these items cannot be re-used.


  • New underwear

  • New Socks

  • Gently Used Boys' Clothing

  • Gently Used Men's Clothing

Because of Covid-19 restrictions, you have the option of mailing in your donation items or dropping them off. Since BISD will be closed periodically during the holiday season, please have your donations mailed to, or dropped off at : Pam Johnson's, 6004 Augusta Circle, College Station, TX 77845 and they will be hand-delivered to Hope's Locker as soon as school restarts in January 2021. (You can leave them off on the front porch.) Take advantage of online Black Friday & Cyber Monday sales. For the record, please send a list of your donations to It is always fun to buy cute items for little children, but remember - many of the children need Adult Large & X-Large sizes. Contact Information: Pam Johnson 832-641-9782

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