"This is my sorting table," said Bonnie Foust. "Once I have enough, I bag them and label them with my trusty duct tape."
Foust and her friend Adam Jeske formed "Second Chance Fire Recovery Services" in the summer of 2012.
"A lot of people won't step up and help," said Jeske. "That is why we started this so people have a place to start and help."
The donations are piled high in Foust's home, so much it's consumed every room.
"I haven't seen my kitchen table since Thanksgiving," said Foust.
Second Chance Fire Recovery Services is looking to expand to a larger facility but is in need of some extra help.
"We hope someone can help us so we have more room," said Foust. "So, next time there is a fire and the family needs clothes for kids ages 3-5- we can grab them and deliver them quickly.... Right now we're sorting through stuff to find it."
Anyone in need of a donation or looking for a donation can call 814-446-2845.