One Night Without Warmth Awareness Campaign

“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 and share in Operation Warm’s work to alleviate some effects of childhood poverty by providing new, winter coats to children in need.

There are 16.5 million children living in poverty many of whom do not enjoy the luxury of a warm winter coat.  Please consider joining us on February 22, 2012 as we stand in solidarity with those children who’s voices aren’t heard.  Every person makes a difference.

To find our how you can participate, click here.

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