Tri-County Heating and Cooling recently collected new and used shoes for Reach Out Lakota as part of the Shamrock Shuffle race in West Chester Township.
The company collected five containers of shoes that were distributed to children in need in our local schools.
“Tri-County Heating and Cooling recognizes the importance of giving back to the community in which we serve. We are proud to partner with Reach Out Lakota and the West Chester Community Foundation to provide local families with shoes,” said Tri-County Heating and Cooling sales manager Todd Bonnell.
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In January, the same business collected 74 jackets, 8 scarves, 15 hats, and 18 pairs of gloves for Reach Out Lakota during its Spread the Warmth Campaign.
“Once again, Tri-County Heating and Cooling has volunteered their time and efforts on behalf of our organization and the people we serve. We are so grateful for their continued and generous support,” said Reach Out Lakota executive director Lourdes A. Ward.
Reach Out Lakota is a non-profit organization whose mission is to assist individuals and families in the Lakota school district through its food and clothing pantries.
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