Operation Warm and Harvey Hanna Provide Kids with New Coats – Wilmington, DE 2018

Operation Warm and Harvey Hanna employee volunteers teamed up to provide warm colorful coats to local children in need in Wilmington, DE.

On Thursday, Nov. 29, employees from Harvey Hanna provided brand new coats to the entire student body at Warner Elementary School in Wilmington, DE with the help of Operation Warm.

“There’s a collection of people in here that camped out for two nights, in the heart of Newport, in the bone chilling 31 degrees…” Ryan Kennedy, Director of Marketing and Advertising, Harvey Hanna, says. “But we made a commitment to our donors, that we would do that and camp out and with that money, we then turn around and go to our buddies at Operation Warm and purchase these beautiful coats.”

See the joy for yourself from the Operation Warm and Harvey Hanna Wilmington, DE coat-giving event.


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