Operation Warm and Hollister Co. Provide Kids with New Coats – Washington DC

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Operation Warm and Hollister Co. partnered to provide warm, colorful coats to Washington DC children in need.

On Friday Nov. 17, employees from Hollister Co. visited Marie Reed Elementary School in Washington DC to provide brand new coats to kids in need with the help of Operation Warm.

“We walk up to them, introduce ourselves and they are just awe struck,” Colin Maher, Hollister Co. said. “We are doing more than just giving kids coats, we’re giving them the hope that this is a new beginning.”

“It’s definitely special for us because it gives my managers a chance to get out of their stores and really see what kind of work behind the scenes our company is doing,” Nicole McIntre, Hollister Co., said.

See the joy for yourself from the Operation Warm and Hollister Co. Washington DC coat-giving event!

 

 

 

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