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About Amy's Armoire

Amy's Armoire is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. We operate independently of the Vermont Department of Children and Families and other foster/adoptive agencies, however we aim to coordinate services with all organizations serving this population. 

Your financial support of our mission is tax-deductible. Our EIN is 86-1789934. We are also able to provide a receipt for material donations.

See the article in the World.

Voted the Times Argus reader's choice best thrift shop.

See what Governor Scott said about the work we are doing.  

Amy was chosen as 1 of 4 Remarkable women in NH, VT and upstate NY by Fox 44/ABC 22.  To watch the segment, click here.

Amy was also chosen by 98.9 WOKO for the list of 20 Outstanding Women.  To read that segment, open this link and the audio is different so scroll down their site, to hear that as well.

Amy received the Barre Elks Lodge Distinguished Citizenship Award for Outstanding and Meritorious Service to Humanity for 2023-2024.

Mission

 

Amy's Armoire's mission is to improve the outcomes for Vermont foster/adopt/kin children and youth by connecting families to the resources they need.

What We Do

In addition to providing a place to recycle clothing, and clothe those in need, we sell items at modest prices to raise money for our mission and help caregivers have access to the supports they need to succeed. Any funds remaining after operating expenses will be utilized to support the stabilization of children in their current foster/adopt/kin placement or at home.

About Us

 

Beyond clothing people, and keeping clothes out of landfills, we function as a resource center for foster/adoptive/kin families.  This 501(c) (3) nonprofit was founded in February 2021, by experienced foster/adoptive parents and dedicated community members. No salaries are paid to board members, executive directors, or CEOs. The shop is staffed by volunteers. 

More about our board and operations

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