Kids Coats for Kiwanis Clubs
Get High-Quality Kids Coats and Jackets for Kiwanis Club Projects
For decades, Kiwanis Clubs have held annual coat drives to provide new or used winter coats to kids in need in their communities. Many clubs receive coats from dry cleaners, retailers, thrift shops, or they take children directly to stores to take them shopping. Often times, they run into issues like shortage of sizes, high coat costs or quality of coats.
For 20 years, national nonprofit Operation Warm has been working with community organizations and service clubs to provide them with brand new coats for kids in need in their communities. Our coats are manufactured to our specifications that come in a variety of colors made just for kids.
Value of an Operation Warm Coat
- Coats are shipped in a wide variety of colors and styles, so children can choose a coat that matches their unique personality
- Feature warm fleece lining, deep pockets, detachable hoods and a water-repellent shell
- Order online, avg donation of $18/coat.
- Coats are shipped for free within the continental U.S.
20 Years of Service
Since 1998, we've worked with service clubs and organizations to provide new coats for kids in need.
95% Operating Efficiency
By manufacturing our own coats and sustaining low overhead, 95% of our funding is able to go directly to our programs.
“I never get over the genuine joy that I feel when I see the smiles (and sometimes tears) on the children's faces as they realize that they get to keep the beautiful new coat that we have provided for them. Since our distribution is normally in November and December, I have always said that their happiness is the best Christmas present I could ever receive.”
Resources & FAQs
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“We were all amazed when we first saw an Operation Warm coat. The colours are wonderful, the quality is excellent. We felt that our Canadian children would enjoy them as well as they would be warm in our climate. The quality means that no one can identify them as a gift to a needy child.”