Founder and President of Clothes2U, Ernie Jantzen (second from left) and his volunteers, Deby, Verna, John, Jenny, Linda and Maria (left to right) pose at Nicomekl Elementary in Langley for their giveaway (Photo by Kieran O’Connor/Black Press Media)

VIDEO: Clothes2U gives back to those in need

A single dollar paid for admission and supplies for clothing and household items for all ages

October has been a month of giving thanks and giving back.

Clothes2U is a registered non-profit society that provides clothes, toys, diapers, books, personal and housefold items to those in need across all ages.

The founder and president of Clothes2U, Ernie Jantzen is currently nominated for a Langley Chamber of Commerce Business and Excellence award.

At Nicomekl Elementary, admission was a single dollar to allow those to acquire the items and necessities they need.


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