Stephanie Roth has always been involved with many Westchester County not-for-profit organizations. Her efforts center on helping underserved children, and in the spring of 2011, Stephanie founded WJCS Kid’s Kloset from a concept that started on her doorstep.
Kid’s Kloset is a volunteer driven program that collects children’s clothing and baby essentials. In three years, Kids’ Kloset has provided over 6,000 “Bags of Love” to Westchester County children and their families living near or below poverty level. Each bag is personally packed with a specific child in mind and distributed without charge to underserved youth (newborn to age 18). Stephanie is proud that these bags provide the recipient with increased confidence and esteem, and less stress, not only clothing.
Stephanie recently directed and managed two literacy and free book fairs for underserved youth. She holds an MBA and lives in New Rochelle, New York with her husband and their two children.
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