Saturday, August 29, 2015

Cops collect coats for kids

Got an old coat that's still in good shape? Feel like doing something nice for a child in need? You can donate winter coats to kids in the city through the police department and the District Attorney's office. The 4th annual "coats for kids" drive is going on now through Nov. 12th, and organizers need coats for everyone from infants to teenagers.

Cops collect coats for kids

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Got an old coat that's still in good shape? Feel like doing something nice for a child in need? You can donate winter coats to kids in the city through the police department and the District Attorney's office. The 4th annual "coats for kids" drive is going on now through Nov. 12th, and organizers need coats for everyone from infants to teenagers.

Secondhand donations are welcome, but there is an urgent need for new coats this year.

Drop-off boxes are located at the following places:

Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #5 building at 1336 Spring Garden Street.

Central division headquarters, 401 N. 21st Street.

East division headquarters, 3901 Whitaker Avenue.

Northeast division headquarters, Harbison and Levick streets.

Northwest division headquarters, Broad and Champlost streets.

South division headquarters, 24th and Wolf streets.

Southwest division headquarters, 55th and Pine streets.

District Attorney's office, 3 South Penn Square (corner of Juniper).

 

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