It's something a lot of us take for granted; having clothes to wear and a pencil to write with. However, many families say pride was not going to stand in the way of making sure their children were taken care of.
"We are just an average family," said Rhea Cutler, a mother of three.
A family that works hard, and does its best, but Cutler says times are tough.
"It was breaking my heart looking at them wanting to go get things for them, but I just didn't have it," said Cutler.
By "it" Cutler money for clothes and supplies-- something many of us take for granted.
Reverend Billy Fox says a majority of the people here have never asked for help before and he says that's a result of tough economic times that have literally taken the clothes off families backs. Volunteers say it's their job to provide dignity and make the process as easy as possible for those that need help
"If you have to decide 'do I pay my electric bill or do I buy uniforms for my kids,' you're on the edge of homelessness and we just want to do this to try to keep people from having that kind of stress in their lives," said Reverend Fox who also says 750 volunteers are needed to make Klothes for Kids come to life.
Volunteers like Morgan Rowland.
"It means a lot to us to do these kinds of these, because we know they're are people in need and we want to just do our best to help them," said Rowland.
"That's very hard to come to the realization that we just cant meet our own needs and we need help. That's why we make this very dignified," said Reverend Fox.
Giving kids something that even money can't buy.
"Thanks to [Klothes for Kids] they get to go to school excited and happy and not worrying about things that kids shouldn't be worried about," said Cutler.
"They fit right in and that may be the first day of school they really feel special and from then on they're going to stay at the process of school," said Reverend Fox.
"There's always a hidden blessing in some trial in our lives," said Rowland.
The event is still in need of medium white Polo style uniform tops and bottoms for children sizes 8-10 for Saturday and Sunday appointments. Donations can be dropped off at the Bay County fair grounds.