Becca's Closet was created as a legacy to Rebecca Kirtman and the project she started. Becca's Closet provides formal attire to high school students who otherwise would not be able to attend their prom/homecoming. Our mission is to continue her vision and dream of helping others. In Becca's memory, scholarships are awarded to deserving high school students to advance their education.
Jay and Pam Kirtman
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151 North Nob Hill Rd Ste 280
Plantation, FL 33324 USA
Emergency Assistance (Food, Clothing, Cash) (P60)
Scholarships, Student Financial Aid, Awards (B82)
Student Services and Organizations (B80)
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Over 30 active volunteer-driven chapters throughout the U.S. distribute formal attire to young people with financial need who would be unable to attend their high school formal activities without our helin memory of Rebecca Kirtman, to deserving high school seniors who demonstrate a spirit of generosity with the potential to continue volunteer service throughout their lives. Yearround assitance with special occasion clothing is provided to ill, foster and special needs children.
Since 2003, Becca's Closet has donated formal clothing to over 10,000 young people throughout the U.S.
Donates prom tickets to needy students at partner high schools
Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.)
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Jay and Pam Kirtman
Jay and Pam Kirtman are Rebecca's parents. They are commited to continuing their daughter's legacy through Becca's Closet. Rebecca starting a dress bank at her high school when she was 14. By the end of prom season 2003, she had collected and given away nearly 250 gowns to financially needy high school girls. On August 20, 2003, Rebecca tragically passed away. Her family and friends created Becca's Closet in her memory to continue her project, as she would have wanted it.
Jay recieved his BA in Sociology from The University of South Florida. After a career in professional medical sales, he created his own diagnostic ultrasound business in 1990. In 2014 he became a Federal Express contractor.
Pam works as a post secondary advisor at a high school, helping students find scholarships and financial aid to help them achieve their educational goals after high school. She received a BA in Communications from The University of South Florida.
Jay and Pam are committed to continuing Rebecca's legacy through Becca's Closet and to encourage generosity through a lifetime of volunteerism.
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