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Volunteers collecting coats, food for families this weekend in Huntsville

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Coats for Kids

Donations are being accepted now through Sunday for the Toni Terrell's Coat and Cans for WHRP program.

New children’s coats and canned goods will be distributed to families across North Alabama for the winter months after first being collected in Huntsville through the Toni Terrell’s Coat and Cans for WHRP program.

As the temperatures dip, volunteers in Huntsville are out in force, making sure all kids have a warm coat and families have food on the table this holiday season.

New children’s coats and canned goods will be distributed to families across North Alabama for the winter months after first being collected in Huntsville through the Toni Terrell’s Coat and Cans for WHRP program.

Terrell and other volunteers will be collecting coats and canned goods Friday through Monday to benefit Christmas Charities Year Round, District 6 Christmas Food and Christmas Coat Program, New Futures and Crisis Services of North Alabama.

“We want to keep as many children warm as possible during these cold winter months, and the goal is to also provide coats and canned food to families who are going through a tough time," Terrell said.

Donations are already being collected outside the Exchange on Redstone Arsenal until Friday. Then they’ll be moving locations to the Madison Walmart on Madison Boulevard for the rest of the weekend.

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