​OUR OHIO CHILDREN

Coats 4 Children donated to Whitehall City Schools
 

We donated to Whitehall City Schools

Coats 4 Children donated to Etna Elementary School and Kae Avenue Elementary School.

 

Present for the donation were Whitehall School Board President Walter Armes, Whitehall Mayor Kim Maggard, C4C Exec. Dir. Beverly Robinson, Whitehall City Council Members Karen Conison& Leslie LaCorte.

This Week Whitehall Newspaper covered the story and published it on their front page in the October 17, 2013 Issue.

 

View their story online www.ThisWeekNEWS.com.

 
 Coats 4 Children offers a Hand-up

Giving used, no matter how gentle is not societies best. At some point we've each been given something passed down from a sibling or maybe something from a second hand store. It is our mission to give the children a hand-up and not a hand-me-down.  

Corporately and collectively we have the opportunity to boost their confidence in themselves and their families. A coat that fits them perfectly, and they were the first owner not the second or third. Just think when they get on the school bus or play on the playground they can feel confident knowing there is a Childs Champion that heard of their little need and responded appropriately.  

Community Serving Community

 

Coats 4 Children has developed various Community Partnerships; therefore utilizing the concept of Community Serving Community.  The concentration was on identifying the locations of our smallest citizens.  As a society we are each ac-countable to search out those in need who cannot speak for themselves.  By involving Schools, Head Starts, organizations, programs, projects, clinics, shelters, county agencies, places of worship, and public event giveaways, TV, Radio Stations, and Newspapers all work in synchrony to fulfill the purpose of our mission.  

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Giving used, no matter how gentle is not societies best. At some point we've each been given something passed down from a sibling or maybe something from a second hand store. It is our mission to give the children a hand-up and not a hand-me-down. 

 

Corporately and collectively we have the opportunity to boost their confidence in themselves and their families. A coat that fits them perfectly, and they were the first owner, not the second or third. Just think when they get on the school bus or play on the playground they can feel confident knowing there is a Childs Champion that heard of their little need and responded appropriately.

 

 

"Children Behind Every Door deserve warmth"

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