Local Financial Firm Hosts Sixth Annual Winter Coat Drive

GLASSBORO - The New Jersey office of HFM Investment Advisors has announced that it will be collecting gently used winter coats for residents in needs.
The coats will benefit the company’s sixth Annual Coat Drive which has provided residents with over 6,700 coats over the past few years.
There are over 30 drop-off locations around the area that will be collecting coats for the drive. Organization partners Heart of Gloucester County and Student Working Professionals have volunteered to sort and deliver coats that have been donated.
Drop off locations include all Gloucester County Library System Branches and the Margaret E. Heggan Library in Washington Township which will accept donations during branch hours. Additionally, HFM will be collecting coats from Monday, October 15th until Friday, January 31, 2016. Coats may be dropped off at HFM on 209 Rowan Boulevard from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. between these dates.
“One of the cornerstone values of HFM include giving back to our community," said Michael Pallozzi HFM President. "We feel the collection of gently used coats from families that no longer need them and providing them to those who do fulfill our commitment to our community at a time when the need seems to be ever increasing”
For more information about HFM Investment Advisors, visit their website at www.HFMeducation.com/myths.
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