Clothes for Kids

It’s a Wrap!

2018 Clothes for Kids – We fulfilled the wish lists for close to 2,000 snowsuits!

We would like to sincerely thank each and every donor, company, community group and community partner for making the 2018 Clothes for Kids Campaign a Huge Success.

Together, we were able to supply almost 2000 snowsuits to children in need in our community.

The response and support of this campaign for the past 30 years has truly been remarkable. Thank you!

CASH DONATIONS are still being accepted at the station 170 Queen Street, Kingston Ontario and at any branch of KCCU to help us towards next years goal.

Wishing you Safe and Happy Holidays.

The Team at Corus Kingston.

2018 CLOTHES FOR KIDS – Give today! #C4Kygk Keeping Children in our community warm for 30 years!

This year we have over 20 local agencies assisting us in determining children in need in our community. No child should be cold in our community, Clothes for Kids goal is to raise enough funds and community awareness so we can provide brand new snowsuits to all of the children in need.  You’re support and generosity is greatly appreciated!



Monetary Donations – In person, Corus Kingston, 170 Queen Street (Open Monday – Friday 10am – 2pm) – OR – at any branch of KCCU

Brand New Snowsuits for Clothes for Kids can be dropped off to:

Corus Kingston, 170 Queen Street – Open Monday to Friday 10am – 2pm

Frontenac Mall Administration Office (located on the Main Level in behind Maritime Travel and across from the washrooms. The office is open from 9:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday except for Statutory Holidays)

Cataraqui Centre Guest Services

MotoSport Plus –


“I wish you could see the faces of some of the children you’ve supported. Many parents wished to collect the snowsuits from the school. However, I was able to hand out a few suits and the kids were delighted! It’s so lovely to see them playing in the snow with their friends, knowing they’re warm and that they feel just like all the other kids. Thank you.”

“One child came in to get her snowsuit and was so overcome that she cried. I asked her if they were happy tears thinking she was upset but she shook her said and said, ‘No, it’s just so beautiful!'”