Project Keep Warm: Winter 2017/2018 Results

Project Keep Warm

THANK YOU to everyone who took part in donating
and / or volunteering to Project Keep Warm this year 

“Below is how we measure SUCCESS” 

  • We collected close to 8,000 items 
  • Held 3 separate Community Outreach Days (Allentown, Bethlehem & Easton)
  • Two walk-in sites are still open and offering winter coats (Bethlehem & Easton)
  • Over 200 volunteers participated
  • Hundreds of coats hit the streets again this year
  • Several schools received coats and other items for their students
  • Homeless and Homeless Veterans received winter items
  • Nonprofits received much needed winter items for their clients
  • Homeless shelters received winter items, blankets, sheets, socks, etc.
  • More than 25 local businesses assisted in collecting items as drop offs
  • Schools took up collections and donated hundreds of blankets
  • Scouting organizations collected donations
  • Small to very large corporations collected donations
  • Neighborhoods collected donations
  • Mission Puerto Rico was launched to assist families from Puerto Rico
  • A young girl collected winter items vs asking for birthday gifts
  • A local business owner donated his building to Project Keep Warm so we could sort donations
  • A local business owner donated a Storage POD to store our donations
  • A local business and their employees picked up our donations again this year
  • High School Students received community service hours
  • Kidney Dialysis patients now have blankets to keep them warm

We are blessed to have such a wonderful community helping others in need!

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