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Woman Opens Store to Let Foster Children Shop for Free Clothing

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free boutique called Blossom. While the store opened earlier in 2022, the Durrence’s had already started helping families in need.

They have committed to providing seven full sets of clothing and shoes to children up to 18 years old who need them. In addition, they will receive seven new sets every season, or when the child’s size changes significantly.Blossom accepts monetary donations along with new or gently used clothing for boys and girls, hygiene items, shoes and school supplies.The Durrence’s have been blessed with their foster daughters and the opportunity to serve their community.

However, they have also been through their fair share of hardship and loss. Tragically, the family’s eldest daughter Kristin died in an automobile accident at the age of 27 in December 2016.Still grieving, the family moved back to their hometown of Glennville with their two other daughters.

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