It is that time of year again! Coats for Kids is once again collecting winter apparel donations NOW through Oct. 23rd!

Fun fact #1) You can donate more than just coats! You can donate all kinds of winter apparel–snow pants, boots, hats, mittens, etc.
Fun fact #2) You can donate all sizes–kids, teens & adult sizes encouraged! Your neighbors of all ages & sizes need your help!
Fun fact #3) You can drop off your new & gently used (CLEAN!) winter apparel donations at the locations below from NOW through Oct. 23rd!

TomahTomah (continued)Sparta
BankFirstLighthouse Assembly of GodMonroe County Human Services
Bible Evangelical Free ChurchMeca Sportswear 
Cardinal IGOcean Spray Cranberries Inc.Surrounding Communities
Edward Jones (North Tomah)Strike ZoneGranger’s LLC (Oakdale)
Edward Jones (N. Superior Ave)The BreakroomMeadow Valley Community Church (Mather)
Edward Jones (South Superior)Tomah Area Credit UnionOpen Door Baptist Church (Tomah / Warrens)
First Congregational United ChurchTomah Health 
Gloria Dei Lutheran ChurchToro Company 
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church  

    Financial contributions to purchase outdoor winter apparel items are also needed. Charitable contribution receipts for tax purposes is available if donations are sent to Coats for Kids, PO Box 802, Tomah WI 54660, or if they are brought in person to Lighthouse Assembly of God, 762 West Clifton, Tomah.

    Distribution will be at Lighthouse Assembly of God, 762 W. Clifton Street in Tomah. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, distribution will be by appointment ONLY. To schedule an appointment, please call 608-343-7178. Distribution dates and hours:

TuesdayNovember 3rd10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
WednesdayNovember 4th10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
ThursdayNovember 5th10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
FridayNovember 6th1:00 PM – 7:00 PM
SaturdayNovember 7th10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

In accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines, the following precautionary measures will be adhered to during the event: social distancing, hand sanitizer will be available throughout all areas, all volunteers and participants are required to wear a mask.

 To assure the best fit, parents should bring children to the distribution site. A limit of one of each different type of clothing item per person is in effect.

Contact Person: Nancy Garber (Project Administrator) at or (608) 378-4101.