More than 6000 donated coats and thousands of hats, mitts, scarves and boots were distributed in the community to people in need.
Carbone Coal Fired Pizza is again helping keep little hands warm in Winnipeg’s frigid weather.
163 pairs of boots were donated—keeping 1630 little toes warm in WInnipeg’s frigid winter—and nearly $300 was donated through the drive-thru.
Koats for Kids manager Donna Albak is sitting pretty after a generous donation of office furniture has improved the comfort, efficiency, and lighting of her workspace.
It’s a wonderful thing when generosity inspires generosity.
About 80 Great-West Life employees show they care as part of the company’s national Day of Caring Project Drive.
Koats for Kids puts out the call! Mittens, gloves, hats, toques, scarves, boots, snow pants. And, of course, coats. All kids should have what they need to keep warm during our harsh Winnipeg winter, but the reality is not all do. The 27th annual Koats for Kids drive launched today at Sister MacNamara School along with a
Carbone Coal Fired Pizza’s Joe Paletta & Benjamin Nasberg hoped to raise enough money at their two Carbone Pizza locations to buy 50 new youth-sized mitts for Winnipeg kids. 350 pairs later, they’ve been delighted with the warm response to their request for $5 donations from customers and staff to help pay for each pair. “There’s
Mayor Brian Bowman is visiting this afternoon, to drop off Koats for Kids donations and to talk about how we can tackle homelessness in Winnipeg.
26 years and 178,000 warm winter items later, we’re kicking off another season of Koats for Kids! 103.1 Virgin Radio’s Chrissy Troy and CTV weather specialist Colleen Bready opened the donation season at John M. King School this morning. A quick quiz of the kids showed just how many pieces of warm clothing are needed for