Volunteer Benjamin Zelk of Lee’s Summit tossed bags full of donated items at a Kansas City, Kan., warehouse used by the Salvation Army as a collection site for Project Warmth. There will be eight sites around the metro Saturday, Nov. 4, to collect items for this year’s drive.
Volunteer Benjamin Zelk of Lee’s Summit tossed bags full of donated items at a Kansas City, Kan., warehouse used by the Salvation Army as a collection site for Project Warmth. There will be eight sites around the metro Saturday, Nov. 4, to collect items for this year’s drive. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Volunteer Benjamin Zelk of Lee’s Summit tossed bags full of donated items at a Kansas City, Kan., warehouse used by the Salvation Army as a collection site for Project Warmth. There will be eight sites around the metro Saturday, Nov. 4, to collect items for this year’s drive. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

Have coats, blankets to donate? Project Warmth will collect at these locations

November 02, 2017 10:15 AM

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