Statement Of Purpose, Equity, and Response To COVID-19

Shelter from the elements is a basic human need along with nourishing food, drinkable water, and a safe place to sleep. For nearly 30 years, One Warm Coat has provided free, warm coats to anyone in need, without discrimination. During that time, over 6.6 million children and adults have received the gift of warmth.

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Social Distancing & Safety Tips For Coat Drive Ambassadors

The unprecedented health and economic crisis caused by COVID-19 is impacting the lives of millions of people, many who were already struggling to make ends meet. No one can predict the long-term impacts of this pandemic, but one thing we know for certain – the need for coats this fall and winter will be greater…

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Social Distancing & Safety Tips For Coat Drive Ambassadors

One Warm Coat Welcomes Two New Board Members

One Warm Coat announces the election of two new members to its board of directors: Amrita Dutta-Gupta of Pittsburgh, Pa. and Julian Young of Atlanta, Ga. Amrita Dutta-Gupta, of Pittsburgh, Pa., is a marketing professional who has experience at several iconic American retailers/brands, including Sears, Craftsman, Lands’ End, and GNC, where she is currently the…

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Quilted Northern Acts Of Comfort

Quilted Northern believes a little act of comfort can go a long way, so they are sending $10,000 to people and organizations that are helping their local communities so they can spread even more comfort.

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Quilted Northern Acts Of Comfort

What Is a Virtual Coat Drive?

If you are unable to hold an in-person coat drive this year (for example, if you usually hold your coat drive at an office or school that is currently closed), a virtual coat drive is a great way to continue to spread warmth in your community.

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What Is a Virtual Coat Drive?

The Urgent Need For Coats Is Coming

The need for coats this year will be more urgent than ever. Right now, we are seeing huge lines at food pantries around the country as our neighbors’ experience job furloughs, unemployment, and food insecurity. In a few short months, many Americans will need warm clothes and shelter as well as food.

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