Do you have extra coats or warm accessories to give? Or, if you need the warmth of a coat, or know someone who does, please stop by from 10am to 2pm Friday, November 29th at the Salvation Army, 102 High Street, in Pawtucket. Books are Wings will also be distributing free children’s books (donations always welcomed).
Volunteers are still being recruited to help
with this event. Interested parties can contact Arthur Plitt at email@example.com
or by calling (401) 369-1918.
Here is a list of where you can drop off
coats, starting now, at most locations.
St. Paul’s Church, 50 Park Place, Pawtucket,
9am to noon, Monday-Thursday
City of Pawtucket, City Hall, Mayor’s Office
Slater Park administrative office
Pawtucket Library, 13 Summer Street,
Pawtucket Credit Union – all Pawtucket branches, 1200 Central Ave, 727 Central, Broadway, Smithfield Ave.
Ama’s Variety Store, 957 Main Street, Pawtucket
Woodlawn Community Center, 210 West Avenue, Pawtucket
Many other businesses helping collect:Ahlers Designs, 999 Main Street – Studio 707Providence Yarn, 50 Division StLeon Mathieu Senior Center, Main St PawtucketDr Andrew Silverman, 333 School St #209Wintertime Farmers Market, 999-1005 Main St; Nov-Wednesdays 4-7pm/ & Saturdays 9-1pm *November 1-18th for Coat drop offsProvidence: Brown University Campus – Nov. 1-14th only!
Gent’s Barbershop/Spa- Cranston
“It’s your Body’s Symphony-Plainfield Pike-Johnston
Villa at St. Antoine’s-N Smithfield RI
Camera Werks, 766 Hope Street Prov.
More information on the statewide event
can be found at: https://ricoatexchange.org/