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United Way of Nevada County’s Project Warmth a Success

A number of people get sleeping bags and coats thanks to United Way.
A big “THANK YOU!” goes out to all of the many businesses that participated in Project Warmth. United Way Administrative Assistant, Donna Cobb, says the response was positive.

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projectwarmth2014aSome businesses were drop-off locations for the public to donate much-needed items for those in need, and other businesses collected items themselves to donate.

Cobb says many sleeping bags, pairs of socks, coats and other items were delivered to those who need them the most in Nevada County.

Click here to listen to Donna Cobb

Project Warmth was focused on what was requested by the shelters and organizations that support the homeless.

Click here to listen to Donna Cobb

Cobb reminds people these needs are year round and to keep that in mind.

Click here to listen to Donna Cobb

People will stay a little warmer this winter thanks to the generous donations of those businesses and Nevada County citizens.

The United Way of Nevada County recognizes the businesses that support Project Warmth.

B&C True Value Home & Garden Center
Bank of America
Bank of the West
Chamber of Commerce local offices
Crystal Ridge Care Center
Ensemble Designs
Grass Valley/Belden Group
JC Penney
Networked Insurance Agents
Nevada County Rood Center
Nevada County Superior Court
Nevada County Superintendent of Schools
P.A.R.T.N.E.R.S. Family Resource Center
Penn Valley Mini Storage
River Valley Community Bank
Sierra Forever Families
Texas Instruments
The Wildwood Independent
Walkers Office Supplies

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