‘Project Concerns’ Annual Children’s Coat Give Away
It’s that time of year. It’s getting colder and you’re looking for warmer clothes for your children. Because of your situation, it’s tough making ends meet between paying rent, food and clothes.
Let ‘Project Concern’ help.
Project Concern is having their annual children’s coat give away this week (closed Thursday) from 2-4. They have tons of coats, snow pants, boots, hats, gloves and scarves.
Please, if you know of a family in need send them over. Lots to give away. There is a $2 donation fee (to cover electricity costs) but that includes shopping in the house, food and the coat give away.
There will be a bunch of helpful ladies (including my wife Dawn) there to serve as your personal shopper and help you pick out just the right winter wear for your child.
Large variety of sizes and styles and if you have a child that takes an adult size boot or coat, they’ve got that covered too.
Project Concern is located at 23 Kattelville Rd in Chenango Bridge.