Coat drive to benefit Worcester Refuge Assistance Project
“We are hoping to collect 200+ coats to distribute to these families before the weather becomes too cold. We are looking for kids, teen and adult coats and any other type of winter gear,” said WRAP volunteer and fourth-year medical student Christine Tam.
The drive runs through Friday, Dec. 16, with collection bins located in the Medical School in the new lobby, the student affairs entrance and the medical student lounge, and in the LRB lobby. If you have questions about the coat drive, send an email to Tam at email@example.com. For more information about the Worcester Refugee Assistance Project or if you are interested in volunteering, visit its website.
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