Chief meteorologist Steve Udelson was at the Carolina Renaissance Festival Saturday to collect items for Steve’s Coats for Kids. Children got in for free with a donation.
Channel 9′s annual Steve’s Coats for Kids campaign runs from November 1st through December 31st, and a donation drop-off event is scheduled for December 7th from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at WSOC-TV.
“The need has never been greater. If you can, please go through your closets and consider donating any of your gently used coats” said Udelson. “We’ll take new coats, too. Coats of any size from adult to toddler.”
WSOC-TV’s Steve’s Coats for Kids campaign was introduced in 2005.
All donations are distributed through the Crisis Assistance Ministry, an independent nonprofit agency focused on preventing homelessness and preserving dignity for Charlotte-Mecklenburg’s working poor.
Steve’s Coats for Kids has collected over 200,000 coats, and every one spends less than 48 hours in the Crisis Assistance Ministry Free Store before benefiting someone in need.
There are Steve’s Coats for Kids donation locations across the Carolinas, including Arby’s, Ashley HomeStore, Crisis Assistance Ministry and all Charlotte Fire stations.
You can find out more information and discover how you can get involved at www.StevesCoatsForKids.com.
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