The 2019 Coat-A-Kid campaign got underway this week with the help of some enthusiastic first and second graders from Delaware Elementary School.

Once again this year, Don's Claytons will collect coats for needy kiddos in our community. Now through December you can drop off a new or gently used coat to any Don's Claytons location. Then with the help of the Salvation Army, the Evansville Christian Life Center and Hope Central (in Boonville), the coats will be distributed to kids of all ages.

According to Bryan Schmitt, President of Don’s Claytons DCI Fine DryCleaning, the Coat-A-Kid initiative has distributed over 150,000 coats throughout the community over the years. Nearly 5,000 coats were collected during the 2018 campaign. Let's see if we can keep even more kids warm this winter!

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