TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - News 10 and 105.5 The River will be out collecting your donated coats. They will then be cleaned by Courtesy Cleaners.
Clean out your closet, and on Friday, November 30th, between 7A-6P you can drop off your coats at either of the Courtesy Cleaners locations – 2117 S. 3rd St. or 2701 Wabash Ave. in Terre Haute.
Courtesy Cleaners will professionally clean all donated coats (except for leather and suede), and the River will then take them to the Light House Mission to be given out to those in need of a warm coat this Holiday Season.
We want everyone in the Wabash Valley to have a coat, so join us on Friday, November 30th, for the 8th Annual Coats For Kids (and adults too) drive..
The coats will be given to the Lighthouse Mission in Terre Haute to be distributed to those in need.
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