At Emonie’s Closet, we believe in the preparation of your future—one outfit, one skill at a time.
Our mission: is to nurture the potential of youth in foster care, those aging out of the system, and families experiencing transient financial challenges. By providing free clothing and informational about essential vocational and business skills, we aim to instill dignity, self-worth, and independence.
Our program: Emonie's Closet Experience, is not just about free clothes and information; it's about creating a pathway toward self-sufficiency, ensuring that every individual, no matter their circumstance, can confidently step into a brighter future.
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Emonie's Closet was established in honor of my daughter, Emonie D. Canada.
Emonie was in foster care for three years prior to becoming part of our family in 2004. On April 11, 2006 we adopted each other. Emonie was an energetic young woman who remembered her foster care days. Wearing too small shoes, changing foster care homes with minimal change of clothes. That one red dress. I was fortunate to be able to provide for Emonie her fashionista passions and natural gift to play sports. She loved clothes, sneakers and playing sports, but she was always ready and wanting to give back as she never forgot that part of her life. She was passionate for the less fortunate and had a huge heart for children. She is Emonie's Closet.
* 2023 - 10,000 youth in foster care
* 2021 about 14 percent of Georgia's population lived below the poverty line
Emonie’s Closet is 100% comprised of volunteers who have a passion for giving back and for understanding the values of inner growth.
Board of Directors
Leigh Canada, President
Shetikka Royal, Secretary
Emonie's Closet EIN # 83-2512900