An organization in Oshkosh is making a difference for teachers in need of supplies.
The Teachers' Closet is now open inside Peace Lutheran Church.
It's packed full of classroom supplies.
They have all been donated by the community and businesses and are available for teachers.
The founder of the organization says it helps ease the burden of the out-of-pocket expenses many teachers face during the school year.
"Most schools used to have a supply room. So, if a teacher needed something for a school project, she could send one of the kids to the supply room and they'd bring what was needed. A lot of schools no longer have that," said founder Carol Klabunde.
The Teachers' Closet was founded in 2011.
Since then, it's helped nearly 800 teachers throughout the Fox Valley.
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