MEet the Morris Knolls Linens n LOve chapter president: Enne Kim

Mill Creek Linens N Love

Article by: Enne Kim


Mill Creek's Linens N Love officer team gathered over 100 linens on January 30 in order to donate to Forsyth County Animal Shelter. Thanks to the generous Hampton Inn, bags of much needed blankets and towels were given to the animals in the dead of winter. Thanks to our dedicated and compassionate volunteers, we were able to pick up, fold, and deliver the linens efficiently and quickly. We were able to serve the animals in need and share the news with others of how desperately shelters are for towels and large blankets. Treasurer of Mill Creek Linens N Love says, "Worth coming out on a Saturday morning for!".


​Photographer: Rachel Anderson

Linens Donated: 100 


Hi!! My name is Enne Kim, and I’m a 16 year old junior at Mill Creek High School! My favorite things to do in my free time are reading the Bible or reading in general, playing the ukulele, baking any sorts of snacks, spending time with the people I love. One fun fact about me is that I actually like watching 60s movies! One reason I’ve wanted to join Linens N Love is because they strongly advocate for causes I’m also passionate for: teen homelessness, animal abuse, and domestic violence. I truly believe these causes must be addressed, because such events don’t take place in just America- they are international tragedies, and as such, I want to do my part to be the voice for those whose voices are too small.

An award-winning, student-led 501(c)3 nonprofit organization repurposing linens to charities since 2014.