Operation Warm Keeps 500 Bridgeton Children Snugged With Event

AC JosepH Media

BRIDGETON — It is never too early to think about the cold winter months coming and Head Start Operation Warm earlier this month offered brand new coats, shoes and book bags to all students.

Paid for by Tim Alexander for Congress

The event took place Oct. 6 at Gateway Community Action Partnership, 110 Cohansey in Bridgeton and benefited more than 500 students, said Damita White-Morris, with Bridgeton Public Schools.

The coats were donated by Operation Warm, a national nonprofit that provides warmth, confidence, and hope through basic need programs that connect underserved children to community resources they need to thrive, according to the organization.

Operation Warm’s mission has always been focused on the whole child and has become a bridge between our partners and families in need to access critical resources.

Here are some pictures from the event, courtesy of White-Morris:


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