A family in Georgia is opening a free boutique for children in need after adopting two girls from foster care.
The boutique, called Blossom, is scheduled to open this month – though it has already started helping families, according to founder Linda Durrence.
Durrence, 51, from Glennville, Georgia, told Fox News Digital that when Blossom opens, it will provide children in need with seven full sets of clothes and shoes for free. Families will be able to visit and get seven new sets of clothes every quarter for seasonal changes, or more frequently if a child has a major size change.
“We just want to be able to just be the hands and feet of Jesus,” Durrence told Fox.
“We just want to make a difference in our community and our surrounding communities,” she added.
Durrence said she came up with the idea for the boutique several years ago, after her family experienced loss.
In December 2016, Durrence’s eldest daughter died in a car accident…