Get Started with Your Workplace Fundraiser for Operation Warm

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Corporate volunteers adopt a schoolYour business can make a tangible difference in children’s lives this fall. Partnering with Operation Warm to put new winter coats on children in need is fun and easy. Now is a great time to start your workplace fundraiser!

We don’t collect coats, because we manufacture our own – but raising funds can have a greater impact on your community! Depending on how much you raise, you may be able to adopt a local school or shelter to receive your coats. Operation Warm can help you choose a beneficiary, and in some cases, employees can help distribute coats to the children.

What makes Operation Warm a great charity partner?

  • A cause that’s easy to identify with.
  • The funds you raise stay in your community.
  • Custom-branded online donation pages you can share by email and social media.

You can also raise funds with a company event like a Jeans Day, a company match for employee giving, or any other activities of your choice.  Here are a few ideas from some of our most successful workplace campaigns. The best time to end your campaign is before Christmas, to ensure all coat sizes are in stock and kids receive coats before the coldest months of winter.

Operation Warm will work with you to create a fundraiser that fits your workplace culture and capacity to give. To learn more or start your workplace campaign today, please reach out to us at info@operationwarm.org, or 610-388-2500.

Thank you for all you do to keep children warm! You make a real difference in the lives of children.

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