How to Receive Operation Warm Coats for Your Family

Operation Warm partners directly with organizations across the country who raise funds and order Operation Warm coats in bulk to give to children in their communities. This is most cost-effective way for us to serve more children, while maintaining high efficiencies and low costs.

Unfortunately, Operation Warm cannot provide coats directly to individuals and families.

If your children need coats, we recommend you visit your local Salvation Army or Goodwill which often has quality used coats and sometimes new coats. You can also call 2-1-1 which assists with resources for health, financial and disaster services.

If you know of other children in your community that need coats, we encourage you to reach out to local service clubs (like Rotary, Elks or Kiwanis), faith-based groups (like churches), or family service organizations (like Boys and Girls Clubs) to start an Operation Warm Community Heroes program.

Learn More about Community Heroes