The Denim Drive is in its sixth year.
It provides foster youth in 13 Nevada counties with new clothes 365 days a year.
Many foster children are taken from their homes without their personal belongings, including clothing. The Denim Drive helps foster youth develop a sense of ownership by providing tangible items they can claim and hold onto.
18-year-old Jillisa Pritchard is a senior at Wooster High School. A foster child since the age of three, she has been directly helped by the denim drive for a number of years.
Jillisa shares her story with News 4's Dina Kupfer.