MICHIGAN CITY | Beginning Monday, Michigan City residents can once again donate coats to those in need.
For the second year in a row, the City of Michigan City has partnered with Michigan Township Trustee Rodney Washington and his Office to move the distribution of coats from City Hall to the Michigan Township Trustees Office located at 2601 East Michigan Boulevard.
Hours of operation are: 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. You can also reach the trustees office at: 874-5201.
“There is a large need for this yearly campaign in our community; I would like to thank Michigan Township Trustee Rodney Washington and his office for their willingness to get involved and their help in addressing the needs of our residents,” said Mayor Meer.
“I would also like to personally thank Concord Cleaners for their generous offer to clean, at no cost, any coats and snowsuits that you wish to donate to the coat drive,” said Mayor Meer. “Simply drop off your coats at Concord Cleaners (3231 Franklins St.) and say they are for the coat campaign, and Concord Cleaners will clean them and deliver them to the Michigan Township Trustees Office weekly.”