Students Donate Hundreds Of Coats To Those In Need Through 1010 WINS-Bioheat Van For Warmth DriveHundreds of coats were collected by the Builders' Club and stuffed into the Bioheat van
New York Cares Coat Drive Well Short Of Goal With One Day To GoGary Bagley, executive director of New York Cares, said the charity is less than halfway to its goal of 100,000 coats. The drive ends Thursday.
New York Cares Makes Christmas Day Plea For Coat DonationsNow through Dec. 31, New York Cares is accepting new or gently used coats at hundreds of locations citywide, including at all police precincts, Penn Station and Grand Central Terminal.
New York Cares Makes Final Push For Donations As Coat Drive Nears EndNow through Dec. 31, New York Cares is accepting new or gently used coats at hundreds of locations citywide, including at all police precincts, Penn Station and Grand Central Terminal.
New York Cares In Need Of Coat Donations As Demand Hits 100,000New York Cares has about three weeks remaining in its annual coat drive.
Queens Coat Drive Aims To Help Those In NeedHelp is coming for more than 1,200 people who need coats in Queens.
New Yorkers Mark Christmas By Giving Back To Those In NeedAn army of volunteers helped to make Christmas even better for people in need across New York City.
FDNY Firefighters Providing New Winter Coats To Children In NeedThe Uniformed Fire Officers Association is partnering with Operation Warm to give free new winter coats to hundreds of children of the Boys and Girls Club.
Red Cross Awards $25K For NYC Coat DriveThe grant went to New York Cares. It will fund the purchase of coats for children and adults in communities throughout Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island still recovering from Superstorm Sandy.
New York Cares Struggling To Meet Demand In Annual Coat DriveNew York Cares executive director Gary Bagley said their supply is down 35 percent, while the demand is up by 25 percent compared with an average year.
New York Cares Launches 25th Annual Coat DrivePolice Commissioner Ray Kelly and Super Bowl Host Committee Co-Chairman Woody Johnson helped distribute coats to 100 residents at the Bowery Mission on Tuesday.
Hundreds Of Storm Victims Turn Out For Coat, Clothing Drive On Staten IslandKars 4 Kids, along with Staten Island Rep. Michael Grimm, City Councilmember Debi Rose and local charities joined forces to help hand out 1,000 winter coats to those who lost everything in superstorm Sandy.

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