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

Operation Warm and Hollister Co. partnered to provide warm colorful coats to local children in need in Seattle, WA.

On Tuesday, Oct. 31, employees from Hollister Co. visited Thorndyke Elementary School to provide coats to kids in need with the help of Operation Warm.

“Hollister has been involved with Operation Warm now for 3 years so we got to chose a local school in Washington that we wanted to spend time with and we’re getting all the kids in a coat that fits them really well in a color that they love,” Jessica Hilton, Hollister Co., said.

“It’s been an incredible experience,” Anthony Garnica, Hollister Co. said. “Truly, I was at the other end of this when I was in elementary school and so to be able to help out these elementary schoolers – it’s indescribable.”

See the joy for yourself from the Operation Warm and Hollister Seattle coat-giving event.

 

 

 

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