Style Voiced Clothing Program
Clothes for Children 24/7!
Many children enter into foster care with nothing but the clothes on their back. The five Style Voiced store locations are co-located within the Child Protection Investigators’ Offices and Family Support Services’ offices in Largo, New Port Richey, Trinity and Dade City to provide free, immediate access to four outfits, toiletries and other supplies to children entering into foster care or at risk of entering care.
Style Voiced Online Wish Lists:
Meet Shawn, Director of Style Voiced & Community Outreach!
Originally from Weirton,West Virginia and a proud graduate from Bethany College with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Mass Communications, Shawn’s passion for helping the community started from a young age with volunteering at his family’s church soup kitchen. Shawn’s admirable devotion for helping the community and children still continues today as the the Program Director of the Styled Voiced Clothing Program.
Volunteer at a Style Voiced Store!
Interested in volunteering with Style Voiced by yourself, with your family, your community group or business? We would love your help sorting donations and keeping the Style Stores stocked and looking nice for the children we serve! Complete the inquiry form below and we will reach out to you with opportunities as soon as possible! Youth 16 and up can volunteer towards a Bright Futures scholarship!
Host a Style Stop Donation Drop-off!
We are looking for community partners to help us host donation drives to collect the items our children need! If you are a business and are interested in hosting a Style Stop location, or if you would like to host as Style Stop drive as an individual or community group, contact us and we would love to work with you!
Designed by Youth for Youth!
Before taking on the clothing closet program, Voices conducted a survey of young adults who were formerly in foster care to ask them what they would want to see in a clothing program. The #1 answer: Make it feel like a store and not like we’re getting charity or leftovers. We are designing the spaces to feel as much like a store as possible, including floor length mirrors to allow young people to try on clothes and make sure they like them, as well as referring to the program using store and retail language. Young people also selected the name “Style Voiced” for the program. If you’re a young person who has been to Style Voiced (formerly Room of Hope) and want to provide feedback or ideas, please write to us below!
Thanks to Our Partners for Making Style Voiced Possible!
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