Kansas City, Mo. - The Johnson County Bureau still needs thousands of children's coats this holiday season.
The JCCB provides holiday assistance to low-income Johnson County families through their holiday shop every year. This year, the group expects to have about 13,000 people come through their doors. Right now, they only have about 5,000 coats available for those people. The coats should be new or gently used.
If you want to donate to the JCCB, there is a list of drop-off locations at http://jccb.org
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