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  • Follow the journey of a jacket donated to Project Warmth

    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.

Follow the journey of a jacket donated to Project Warmth

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