Condella’s Coats for Kids kicks off! Find out how donate, get involved in the collection

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MILWAUKEE — It might not be winter coat time yet, but we all know it’s coming – the snow, cold and freezing winds will be here in no time. Unfortunately many kids will be heading out head to school without a proper winter coat, and that’s where Condella’s Coats for Kids can help. Chip hangs at St. John Vianney School to talk about their participation in the program.

Once again FOX6 is asking the generous people of southeast Wisconsin to go through their closets and donate gently used coats to help keep kids warm this winter.  ALL sizes of coats are welcomed and needed.  ALL sizes of children’s coats for the younger kids, and ALL sizes of adult coats for the teens and older children.  The donated coats will be cleaned for free by ITU Absorb Tech and distributed by the Salvation Army.

Donations accepted September 14th through October 11th

CLICK HERE for more information on Condella's Coats for Kids

 

1 Comment

  • Sam Schwartz

    Hello,
    Great thought Condella’s Coats for Kids, and great start too. Less privileged children deserve every chance in the world to succeed. Everybody please donate your gently used coats of all sizes to help keep kids warm this winter.

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