Singleton, County Partnering With Non-Profit to Give Away 600 Coats to Kids

WESTAMPTON, NJ — Senator Troy Singleton and the Burlington County Commissioners have partnered with the non-profit Parents Engaging Parents to sponsor a winter coat giveaway that will distribute 600 coats to children in need for the upcoming winter season.

The goal of the Gift With Warmth initiative is to distribute new, environmentally-friendly winter coats to Burlington County families to ensure that children are prepared for the cold weather.

Registration is required, as supplies are limited. Children registered to receive the coats must be present at the distribution event, which is taking place on Saturday, December 2 from 10AM to 12PM at the Burlington County Emergency Services Training Center, located at 53 Academy Drive in Westampton. 

To register for the Gift With Warmth initiative, fill out the Google form HERE.

Parents Engaging Parents (PEP) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization of parents and stakeholders coming together to promote access and information for civic and financial literacy – thereby raising parents up, supporting children to succeed and strengthening New Jersey communities. PEP encourages parents to identify challenges in their neighborhoods and cities, and connect with fellow parents and organizations to bring about measurable and positive change.

For more information about Parents Engaging Parents, visit

Original Article