This Saturday, Sept. 10, at 10 a.m., at Murrieta Mesa High School, 24801 Monroe Ave, there will be a children's clothing exchange.
The goal is to "help local families clothe their children for free," organizer Lori Reese wrote an email.
If you are planning on going it is asked that you bring old clothes that no longer fit your children to then browse through clothes that will fit your children.
However, anyone can attend whether or not you have clothes to donate.
All leftover items will be donated to a nonprofit organization.
It is asked that you leave your children at home, but if you do bring them, they must be in a stroller, baby carrier or right by your side.
If you are able to donate please make sure all clothing is washed and organized by size and gender, in separate bags or boxes, and clearly labeled.
The following will be accepted: clothing; accessories such as shoes, socks, bibs, bows, hats, diapers and wipes; blankets; books; and stuffed animals. The event will not accept strollers, pack-n-plays, high chairs or toys.
Guests are asked to download and sign a waiver and bring a government-issued photo ID.
Information: 951-529-0065 or MissLoriCCE@Gmail.com