Coat Drive Expands, Aims to Collect 3,000 Coats

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With temperatures finally starting to cool down, one local business is starting up their annual tradition to help residents in need stay warm this winter.

HFM Advisers Incorporated has kicked of its 8th annual Coat Drive to collect winter essentials to help families in need stay warm and protected during the winter months.

Over the years they've collected and donated more than 12,000 coats to residents in Gloucester County, and this year they're expanding their efforts to help residents in Salem and Cumberland Counties as well.

The goal this year is to collect more than 3,000 coats and surpass 15,000 coats collected in total.

The HFM Coat Drive will run now until Wednesday, January 31st and coats can be dropped off at their Glassboro office, all Gloucester County library system branches, and 30 other locations in the area.

To see a full list of drop off locations visit hfmadvisors.com.

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