Morristown may not seem like a typical poverty-stricken city, but it's there. It's there in the boy who quietly wears the same clothes to school every day. It's there in the parents who humbly duck their heads into the Interfaith Food Pantry. It's there in the woman who desperately visits Dress for Success before her first job interview in over a year.
These are the people I am helping through the Junior League of Morristown. Please support me in my efforts to complete The Little Black Dress Initiative to illustrate the restrictions that poverty puts on families' access to the resources that you and I take advantage of every day.