Murfreesboro, TN - In a heartwarming display of community support, local residents rallied together to donate coats to Barnabas Vision, a non-profit organization committed to helping those in need. Last month, the organization initiated its winter coat giveaway, distributing donated coats to individuals who cannot afford one. This compassionate effort has become a seasonal tradition for Barnabas Vision, ensuring that everyone in the community can stay warm during the colder months.
The next coat giveaway is scheduled for Tuesday, December 15, between 10 AM and 12 noon at the Barnabas Vision office on 141 MTCS Road. Those facing financial constraints and in need of a winter coat are encouraged to attend and receive a free coat. The non-profit, founded by David and Maria Coggin in 2011, has consistently demonstrated its dedication to the well-being of the community, striving to amass a diverse collection of coats to accommodate all ages and sizes.
Individuals interested in contributing to this heartening cause can drop off their gently used cold-weather coats at the Barnabas Vision offices. The organization's commitment to warmth and generosity has left an indelible mark on the community, emphasizing the strength that arises when neighbors come together to support one another.