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Funds raised will go directly toward purchasing coats for children in our community.

2021 Coats for Kids Project Details

This year, our community has a need for more than 1,500 coats to help children in Lane County stay warm. We partner with the 11 local agencies outlined below to collect new and used coats. We also accept financial donations and gift cards to relevant retailers. You can donate new or used coats at the following locations.

JC Penney

300 Valley River Center, Eugene, OR 97401

Les Schwab

2295 W. 11th, Eugene, OR

52 Division Ave, Eugene, OR

222 W. 1st st, Junction City, OR

35 E. 18th Ave, Eugene, OR

530 Harlow Rd, Eugene, OR

3294 Main St. Springfield, OR

109 S. Pacific Hwy, Cottage Grove

SELCO Community Credit Union

3630 West 11th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97402

221 Division Avenue, Eugene, OR 97404

299 East 11th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97401

5251 Main Street, Springfield, OR 97478

925 Harlow Road, Springfield, OR 97477

Umpqua Bank

675 Oak St, Eugene

497 Oakway Rd, Eugene

1377 Mohawk Blvd, Springfield

Partner Agencies in Need of Coats:

Bags of Love

Catholic Community Charities

Head Start

Junction City School District / Laurel Elementary

Kids’ FIRST Center

Looking Glass Community Services

Mid Lane Cares SANTA Program

Pearl Buck

Relief Nursery


Willagillespie Elementary School

Contact Information:

To contact project chair Danielle Bellando, you may email her at [email protected] or at (541) 844-5785.

You may mail financial donations to the following address. Please make sure to specify that the donation is specifically for the Coats for Kids Campaign. Mailing address:

Eugene Active 20-30 Club

P.O. Box 365

Eugene, OR 97440

Project Overview & History:

Coats for Kids is a community-wide event that the club has supported for more than 20 years! Club members join forces to find coats for local kids in need. Coat donation bins are placed in local businesses in and around Eugene and Springfield in October each fall. The coats are then taken to several local dry cleaners who donate their services to clean them! After the coats have been cleaned, Club members sort and distribute them to local organizations that help support the needs of underprivileged children. The club’s goal is to collect and distribute over 1,500 coats in our community! Thank you to those who help make that possible!