Family of Woodstock was thrilled to receive more than 100 new children’s coats from Curry Subaru this week as part of the Subaru Loves to Help initiative. The coats were distributed throughout Ulster County in late January.

The significant contribution was made in collaboration with Operation Warm, a national nonprofit that manufactures brand-new, high-quality coats and shoes for children in need. The donated items are not only vital for physical comfort and protection but also play an important role in enhancing the mental and emotional well-being of children in our community.

“This donation goes beyond just physical items. It’s a message of hope and support to our community’s children,” said Michael Berg, Executive Director for Family of Woodstock. “And as temperatures have plummeted lately, the coats could not have come at a better time.”

In the United States, millions are grappling with homelessness and other urgent needs. The Subaru Loves to Help® initiative, together with over 625 Subaru retailers nationwide, is committed to providing critical support through the donation of new clothing items. This partnership aligns with Subaru’s broader community support efforts, aiming to assist over 750,000 individuals by the end of this campaign.