October 26, 2015 Current Events, Domestic Violence and Disabilities, Shelter Tags: , 0 Comments

The Berkeley Carroll School held a Halloween costume drive October 26, collecting trick or treat outfits to donate to the children living at Barrier Free Living’s Freedom House Domestic Violence Shelter.

Heather Borstein, who helped organize the drive says “We love the work that BFL does. It’s our privilege to help others enjoy Halloween as much as we do.”

The costumes will be distributed to children during a party at the Freedom House domestic violence shelter and will also be shared with resident children living at the new Barrier Free Living apartments.

The Berkeley Carroll School is “a creative and intellectual community where devoted teachers challenge and engage talented students.”


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