Media Advisory – FedEx Teams Up with Nonprofit Operation Warm to Provide 500 New Winter Coats To Washington D.C. Children in Need
Collaboration Expands on 11 Year Relationship Supporting Low-Income Kids
More than one in four children in Washington D.C. live in families with incomes below the federal poverty line. Necessities like warm winter clothing can be hard to come by when food, shelter, heat and medicine take priority. On Thursday, November 16, FedEx Cares will provide 500 brand new winter coats to children in need at Mt. Rainier Elementary School in Mt. Rainier through its collaboration with Operation Warm, a national nonprofit dedicated to providing brand-new winter coats to children in need.
Thursday, November 16th
8:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
Mt. Rainier Elementary School
4011 32nd St.,
Mt. Rainier MD 20712
To learn more about the partnership between FedEx and Operation Warm, please visit https://www.operationwarm.org/blog/press-release-fedex-teams-up-with-nonprofit-operation-warm-to-provide-5000-coats-to-children-in-need-throughout-the-u-s/.
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