The Salvation Army’s Sean Junglas (left) and White Hat Drycleaners’ Rob Harris kicked off the 18th annual Coats for Kids campaign on Saturday.

Helping kids keep warm

The Salvation Army and White Hat Drycleaners kicked off the 18th annual Coats for Kids campaign on Saturday

The Salvation Army’s Sean Junglas (left) and White Hat Drycleaners’ Rob Harris kicked off the 18th annual Coats for Kids campaign on Saturday.

White Hat and the Salvation Army are partnering in the effort to collect used coats for kids (and adults too) to keep people warm this winter. White Hat on 11th Avenue will clean and sort the coats then they will be given to the Sally Ann’s Lighthouse Centre for distribution.