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Mechanics Hall Announces Support for Coats for Kids Program

Monday, October 22, 2018

 

Coats for Kids Program

Mechanics Hall in Worcester announced that it will serve as a drop off location for anyone that is donating new winter coats for children in need.

The hall has set a goal of collecting 1,000 new winter coats through the Coats for Kids program.

Residents are asked to shop for new winter outerwear and deliver the tax-deductible purchase to the hall Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or when attending an event at the hall through January 31.

Coats for Kids

Coats for kids provides new winter outerwear to children in need throughout the district which includes 48 schools, the Worcester Head Start Program, the Worcester Family Partnership Program and several area homeless shelters.

Over 3,000 winter jackets, hats and mittens are distributed to infants through high school students annually.

In addition, winter outerwear is provided to the Parent Information Center for families arriving from other countries, registering in our schools.

 

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