A store in Yakima is opening just for foster kids

A store in Yakima is opening just for foster kids »Play Video
YAKIMA, Wash. -- A store is opening in Yakima. Its customers can only be foster kids.

The store is called IDentity at the Nob Hill Plaza Breezeway. Children can select new or gently used items with help from a personal shopper.

Everything is donated, and there is no cost for the kids.

The store is a labor of love from the Voices for Children Foundation. Its goal is to let foster children know the community cares about them.

"A lot of kids in care feel hopeless and like they didn't get to choose the situation that they're in, but this gives them an opportunity to come to the store and make some choices about their clothing," said Denise Hannon, a board member of the foundation.

You can see the inside of IDentity on Thursday only from 3 to 7 p.m. You can also bring donations.