Amy Revell – Project Co-ordinator
I am the founder of The Clothing Project and am married with three children, Bella, Liam and Tessa.
My heart behind this project is to be able to provide good quality clothing to families that can’t afford to buy second hand clothes. We want them to feel loved and valued as a person no matter what situation they are in. We want the clothes to feel like a gift. I count it a privilege to work alongside people who share the vision of this project and for the community supporting us.
Kylie Carpenter – Co-ordinator
I became involved with The Clothing Project when my daughter was a few months old. At first my involvement in the cause was an opportunity to get out of the house for a few hours a week with my little girl. The Clothing Project has come to mean a lot more to me. I see it as a Grassroots movement identifying a tangible need in the community that not only ensures whānau in the Eastern Bay of Plenty have access to suitable clothing for their children but that we work together as a community to address issues. I believe that the core values of The Clothing Project is looking after and caring for one another to build a stronger community where everyone is valued, loved and looked after no matter their circumstances.
Fleur Mathews – Co-ordinator
The Clothing Project is excited to announce that Fleur has joined our team. Fleur brings with her a wide range of experience and we are looking forward to having her on-board and moving our project forward.