UPDATED 12/29/20 with new donations date:
Once again this year, Enterprise Bank is partnering with Jordan’s Furniture and Anton’s Cleaners for the annual Coats for Kids™ drive. Together we will help make the winter warmer for local children and families. This is our fifth year as a corporate sponsor for this important and worthwhile program.
New and gently used coats in sealed bags can be dropped off at any of our 25 branches. Other program collection sites include all Anton’s Cleaners and Jordan’s Furniture locations. Coats will be collected until February 28, 2021.
It can be easy to take for granted something like a warm winter coat. As the temperatures start to drop and you begin cleaning out your closets, please consider making a difference by donating your coats from last year to Coats for Kids™. Coats your family has outgrown will fit another family just perfectly.
Each winter, there are thousands of individuals, families, and children in our communities who struggle to stay warm. Good quality, warm winter coats in all sizes for infants, children, teens, and adults are always needed. After being professionally cleaned by Anton’s Cleaners, the donated coats are distributed by a network of area social service organizations to local families in need.
We’re pleased to again be a major sponsor for this event. A community effort like this aligns perfectly with Enterprise Bank’s mission “to help create vibrant, prosperous communities.”
For more information on the Coats for Kids program, visit antons.com/cfk.
About Coats for Kids
Since 1995, Anton’s Cleaners has collected gently worn winter coats for kids and adults, which they professionally clean and distribute free of charge. Since the program’s creation, more than one million coats have been collected, cleaned, and distributed to local children and families. The mission of Coats for Kids is “Anyone who needs a coat will have one.” Coats for Kids, part of Caring Partners, Inc is a 501 (c)(3) organization. Coats for Kids sponsored by Enterprise Bank, Anton’s Cleaners, and Jordan’s Furniture.