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Posted on: October 23, 2017

COAT DRIVE - Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Members Partner With One Warm Coat®

For Additional Information:
Laura Rinehart, Public Information Officer or 571-233-1649
Danielle Brosan
October 23, 2017

For Immediate Release:
Loudoun County Fire Rescue Members Partner With One Warm Coat

One Warm Coat
Loudoun County Fire and Rescue, along with the Loudoun chapter of the International Association of Firefighters Foundation (IAFF Local 3756) invite you to bring your clean, gently used coats, jackets, scarves, winter hats, gloves and mittens to the locations below beginning October 23, 2017 through November 20, 2017. Please kindly arrange drop off for weekdays between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00.p.m.  





ADMIN 801 Sycolin Rd, #200, Leesburg


FS11 104 Commerce Street, Sterling


TRAINING 16600 Courage Ct, Leesburg


FS12 12837 Berlin Turnpike, Lovettsville


FS02 500 N. Maple Avenue, Purcellville


RS13 143 Catoctin Circle, Leesburg


FS03 910 W. Washington St, Middleburg


FS18/25 46700 Middlefield Dr., Sterling


FS04 4 Main Street, Round Hill


FS19 25216 Loudoun Co. Pkwy, Chantilly


FS05 39071 E. Colonial Hwy, Hamilton


FS20 61 Plaza Street NE, Leesburg


FS06 20688 Ashburn Road, Ashburn


FS22 19485 Sandridge Way, Leesburg


FS07 39459 John Mosby Hwy, Aldie


FS23 43495 Old Ryan Road, Ashburn


FS08 36560 Jeb Stuart Rd, Philomont


FS24 21130 Pacific Blvd, Sterling


FS09 23675 Belmont Ridge Rd, Ashburn


FS26 13345 Harpers Ferry Rd, Purcellville


FS10 42367 Lucketts Road, Lucketts


The process is simple: drop off your extra winter apparel and we handle the rest. All donated items will be given to Mobile Hope Loudoun for distribution to local people in need.  If you do not have winter apparel to donate, monetary donations can be made online here: 2017 LCFR Coat Drive  and tax receipts are available.

Celebrating their 25th anniversary, One Warm Coat is a national non-profit organization that works to provide a free, warm coat to any person in need. One Warm Coat supports individuals, groups, companies and organizations across the country by providing the tools and resources needed to hold a successful coat drive. Coats are distributed in the communities where they were collected, to children and adults in need, without charge, discrimination or obligation. Since One Warm Coat’s inception in 1992, we have worked with our volunteers to host more than 27,000 coat drives and have given away more than 5 million coats. Further information is available by visiting
Mobile Hope, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, support children and young adults (24 years of age and younger) who are precariously housed, homeless, or at risk, living in Loudoun County. We create pathways for this fragile, overlooked, and often unacknowledged population to have access to daily essentials and life-changing support.

Mobile Hope is committed to being successful in partnering with others to meet the growing demands of our precariously housed and at risk children living in our community. Learn more at

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