On Feb. 23, Moreno, 16 (left) and Frazier, 15, will host a Pop-Up Thrift Store at the new parish center at St. Mary's Church in Minooka.
The thrift store will offer free clothing for people of all ages, boys and girls, men and women.
The first 70 youth who attend the event will receive a free scoop of ice cream from McDonald's, they said.
Moreno and Frazier will be accepting donations for the Chanooka Wish, which helps local families in need.
The girls said they learned about the foundation through their involvement at Interact at their school Minooka Community High School, south campus, in Channahon
Creating a one-day thrift store has been a lot of work but worth it, they feel.
Moreno and Frazier only recently started accepting clothing donations and are overwhelmed by people's generosity. They have a large amount of clothes to giveaway and family and friends have helped them sort and fold.
"When we go thrift shopping, I feel really good wearing the items to school," Moreno said. "Even though they are not new, they are new to us. It's a good feeling and we wanted to make other people feel good."