NJ store is helping families stay clothed free of charge

It started as a helping hand for families who lost it all during superstorm Sandy. Since then, an emergency relief store in Secaucus has enabled those in the area to keep their entire family clothed through financial crisis, natural disaster and now a global pandemic. Offering brand-new, not used, clothing and sometimes even designer items. The draw? They won’t accept money. Not a single cent.

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