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Cold Hands, Warm Hearts

Depending on where you live, temperatures may be in the single digits, or even sub zero! On days like these, we are grateful for a warm coat, heated office, or to work from home.

Others aren't as fortunate. Now is the perfect time to clean out your closets and donate your gently used winter coats, hats, and gloves to your local clothing closet or homeless shelter. Closets not overflowing with extra coats? Reach out to these organizations to find out what items they are in need of, like new, warm socks and pick up an extra pair or two the next time you are at the store.

Many shelters and organizations that provide for those in need will even have an Amazon wish list available so you can purchase much needed items and have them delivered to the right location.

Looking for the location of a shelter or a clothing closet near you? Search here:

Lafayette team members:

  • The Lafayette Transitional Housing Center is in need of men's winter coats. They report that they have plenty of women's coats.

  • COVER Lafayette Project collects coats, blankets, scarves, and anything to help warm people up during the winter - simply drop off items in one of the marked bins in the back of the Buttery Shelf at 927 Main Street.

  • LUM's emergency shelter wish list:


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