Lisbon sisters hope to clothe 2,000 needy kids for holidays through ‘PJs 4 Xmas’
Saturday, November 10, 2012 - 8:52 am

LISBON -- PJs 4 Xmas founders Camille and Abigail Marshall are asking St. Lawrence County residents for their help again in collecting pajamas for the holidays.

The girls hope to raise enough to clothe 2,000 children.

The Marshall girls' organization has clothed approximately 4,000 children in the last three years.

PJs 4 Xmas currently has 77 drop boxes out in St. Lawrence County with 10 drop box locations still pending. This year 617 children are already signed up to receive PJs for this 2012 season and the number is climbing due to the need this year.

Anyone who is not eligible for certain programs, should call 393-0631 and ask for Melissa Carroll-Durham.

The organization is always willing to help out.

PJs 4 Xmas received it non-profit status in August 2012.

To find out where drop box locations are available in your area. Please check out their web site, www.pjs4xmas.com or on Facebook.

From left are Camille, 16, and Abigail, 13.