About a hundred colorful bras, most in smaller sizes, are now in stock at Grace's Closet, the free clothing bank at Grace United Church of Christ in Greencastle.

Carol MacDougall, who coordinates the annual Bras for a Cause collection and fundraiser with Rhonda McFarland, delivered boxes of bras to Nancy Myers at Grace's Closet, on the second floor of the church at 128 E. Baltimore St., Monday morning.

Myers requested the smaller bras because the clothing bank already has larger ones in stock.

This is the first time bras from the collection have been given to a Greencastle location. Last year, the annual Breast Cancer Awareness Month project branched out from Waynesboro to Greencastle with sponsorship and donation drop-off at the dental office of Dr. Kirk Zeger.

Sponsors pledge monetary donations based on the number of bras collected, with the funds donated to Cumberland Valley Breast Care Alliance.

This year, about 1,600 bras were collected, with most given to Waynesboro Community and Human Services.

Grace's Closet is nearing its one-year anniversary, opening in early February 2018 with just a few racks of clothes.

The clothing now fills three rooms at the church and a fourth holds seasonal items, toys and knickknacks.

Grace's Closet is open from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. However, it will be closed Jan. 6 to 12.