Keeping the Children of Central Texas Warm, One Coat at a Time

WHAT: Coats for Kids 21st Annual Distribution Day, where
over 30,000 new and gently used warm winter coats will be given out to the children
of Central Texas. If you are interested in
donating a coat please take them to any area Jack Brown Cleaners on or before, Wednesday,
December 5th. For more information on how to receive a coat or how to volunteer
for the event go the Junior League’s website www.jlaustin.org or call 512-467-8982 ext. 231.

WHEN: December 8, 2007 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

WHERE: Palmer Events Center,
900 Barton Springs Road, Austin,
Texas

Coats for Kids: An annual project that collects and
distributes over 30,000 warm winter coats to eligible children and teenagers in
the Central Texas area. Each year, The Junior
League of Austin, Jack Brown Cleaners, KASE 101 and KVUE partner to organize
and facilitate the details of the project in an effort to bring the community
together to ensure that our children stay warm.

Founded in 1934, The Junior League of Austin is an
organization of over 2,000 women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing
the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action
and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational
and charitable. On an annual basis, The Junior League of Austin contributes over one million dollars to the Austin community and its members
volunteer approximately 100,000 hours. For more information about The Junior
League of Austin, call (512) 467-8982 or visit www.jlaustin.org.