There’s still time to make kids’ winter wishes come true!

Allison is thankful, happy and warm because of her new winter coatWinter is far from over, whether we believe in Groundhog Day, or not.  For too many children in this country, the cold is an unpleasant reminder of all they don’t have.  This is especially true on a day like today, when so many in the Northeast will experience an epic blizzard!

Thanks to our thousands of supporters, we send brand new coats to disadvantaged children in 40 states, and we are asking you to help today.  We know how hard it is to imagine a winter of cold and despair, yet for 16.5 million children in this country, it’s a reality that prevents them from attending school and playing outside with friends.

Won’t you please consider a $20.00 gift to Operation Warm?  It will mean warmth, hope, and love to another child who is struggling to survive this winter.

Thank you from all of us at Operation Warm and from the children who receive a new winter coat thanks to your generosity.  Please click here to donate $20.00 now.

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