KCCU Winter Coat Drive 2023
Donations accepted at all branches October 1st-31st
Kellogg Community Credit Union (KCCU) is ready to kick-off its annual coat drive to help the members of the communities in which they serve stay warm this winter. The coat drive will run from October 1st – 31st, and items can be dropped off in the lobby at any KCCU branch location. Financial hardship can make it difficult for some families and individuals to ensure that they’ll be dressed properly this winter, making this annual coat drive arrive at the perfect time. KCCU knows their team, members, and the community will come together and show support for this worthy cause, as they have done for many years past.
KCCU is adamant about helping to provide cold weather gear to those who may need assistance, so they are collecting new and gently used coats, snow pants, hats, mittens, and scarves, that are clean and in good condition, in all sizes from adults to infants and everything in-between. Then the items that are collected will be distributed to local families in need by our community partners.
“KCCU is passionate about being able to support the communities that we serve in any way that we can. With the cold months quickly approaching we want to ensure that members of our community have the cold weather gear they need to stay warm,” stated KCCU’s CEO, Tracy Miller. “This is just one of the ways we can give back to the community and live out our people helping people philosophy. And working together, we know we can make a positive impact on the lives of the families and individuals who may need some assistance this year. It’s an honor to partner with our wonderful charitable organizations to support our local initiatives. A heartfelt thank you goes out to everyone who donates to our Coat Drive!”
KCCU’s vision statement includes “providing opportunity and lifelong value to our members and our community.” KCCU takes this statement seriously, and for the past nineteen years they’ve hosted a Coat Drive in partnership with community-based organizations, as part of their commitment to their vision.
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