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  • Follow the journey of a donated jacket

    Maureen Jackson donated her husband’s leather jacket to Project Warmth in November. Jackson husband died 5 years ago, and she had a difficult time parting with his favorite leather jacket. In December 11-year-old Kenan Handson, received the donated leather jacket to help keep him warm during the winter months.

Maureen Jackson donated her husband’s leather jacket to Project Warmth in November. Jackson husband died 5 years ago, and she had a difficult time parting with his favorite leather jacket. In December 11-year-old Kenan Handson, received the donated leather jacket to help keep him warm during the winter months. Allison Long and Eric Adler The Kansas City Star
Maureen Jackson donated her husband’s leather jacket to Project Warmth in November. Jackson husband died 5 years ago, and she had a difficult time parting with his favorite leather jacket. In December 11-year-old Kenan Handson, received the donated leather jacket to help keep him warm during the winter months. Allison Long and Eric Adler The Kansas City Star

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