Criminology students at St. Thomas are collecting gently used clothing to assist women who are incarcerated in a provincial correctional centre.

STUnningly Successful: A Reintegration Initiative will provide incarcerated women with clothing as they move facilities, attend court procedures, and when they are reintegrating into the community at the end of their sentence and are in search of employment. 

Students are asking the community for clothing donations of all sizes, as well as shoes and purses. 

They will be travelling to the NB Women's Correctional Centre to set up and deliver a "shopping" experience with the women at the institution.  


 
How to Donate

All items can be dropped off at the Student Help Desk in Sir James Dunn Hall, or to Dr. Susan Reid in Brian Mulroney Hall Room 401 until Tuesday, March 20. 

These initiatives are being led by students in CRIM 2223: Youth Justice and CRIM 2253: Children and Youth at Risk.