CMTHS's new King's Den is open and looking for clothing donations

 

Central Montco Technical High School (CMTHS) now offers the King's Den, a free online shopping experience to help CMTHS students "look good, feel good."  

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Plymouth Township Police Association President Chris Schwartz presented a donation for the King's Den to CMTHS Assistant Director Dr. Angela King during a recent visit by Plymouth Township Police Department officers and detectives.

The King's Den carries a large selection of quality, gently-used and new "threads and sportswear" for male and female CMTHS students. Personal outfitters find clothing to meet each shopper's personal style and needs — all at no cost.

"We founded the King's Den with one goal in mind: providing our students access to the most needed and fashionable clothing along with a rewarding and enjoyable shopping experience," said the King's Den website. "We will do our best in providing your chosen clothing as it is available."

CMTHS students can select three items each month from a variety of categories, ranging from casual clothing, jeans and sneakers to outerwear and formal attire. The shoppers order their items from the Kings Den website and pick up the items at the school.

King's Den is accepting new and gently used clothing donations for students aged 15-21, as well as cash donations to buy new items for the store. 

For more information or to donate, click here to visit the King's Den website.