One Night Without Warmth
ONE NIGHT WITHOUT WARMTH
“One Night Without Warmth” (ONWW) is a national awareness event designed to support Operation Warm’s mission to provide new winter coats for children in need. The national awareness event’s theme is to:
- Draw attention to the large numbers of children living in poverty in the United States
- Share in Operation Warm’s work to alleviate some effects of childhood poverty by providing new, winter coats to children in need.
The event can be tailored to be fun and engaging for varying groups and locations. For example, an elementary school participating may do something very different (a spare change drive) than a workplace (which may host a happy hour fundraiser) or even a university group (standing out in the cold for 10 minutes without coats as childhood poverty statistics are shared and then as a group going out for hot cocoa to benefit Operation Warm). We encourage partnering groups and locations to be creative in the execution of their particular event. In 2012, One Night Without Warmth was held on Feb. 22nd.
Whether you would like to host an event, attend a live event or participate virtually, please consider getting involved in One Night Without Warmth. If you would like to host an event, click "I would like to host an event", " I would like to attend a live event" or " I would like to participate virtually"
For more information about One Night Without Warmth, please contact Paul Daigle at firstname.lastname@example.org