Closet on Main
Closet on Main opened its doors on February 19th, 2013, with the purpose to fund programs and services offered by Single Mothers Outreach.
Like this wonderful community, Closet on Main started with a few resourceful, well-intentioned do-gooders who recognized a need and a way to help meet it. A few years ago, the volunteers at local non-profit Single Mothers Outreach had stacks of donated clothes, shoes and other goods piling up on shelves in a garage. All the items were beautiful and well cared for, and many were even designer pieces that had been donated to families in need. The recipient families, however, didn’t have a place to shop that was as beautiful as the clothes; the location wasn’t deserving of the community’s efforts or these wonderful families. So Closet on Main was born.
Located in the heart of Old Town Newhall, the classy boutique is your one-stop shop for fabulous clothes at a fraction of the cost. Run by volunteers, the staff is warm and inviting, helping customers and non-profit clients alike find stunning attire for any occasion: business clothes, evening gowns, outerwear, kids clothing, shoes, accessories, wedding and bridesmaids dresses, suits and more! The opportunities are endless as this high-end retailer.
Sales proceeds from Closet on Main are used to support programs and services at Single Mothers Outreach.
“Shop The Closet and help make a difference in the lives of others”
For more information call 661-288-0100 or visit 24335 Main Street, Newhall.
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