WINTER COAT DRIVE  

Snow is falling across Colorado. Families are driving up into the mountains to put down their first tracks of the season or harvest Christmas trees. Along the way, one might see a farmworker preparing the fields for next season or a sheepherder and their trusty dog trekking through the forest. Despite working for more than 12 hours on many days during the peak harvest season, many individuals do not earn enough to provide for their families and prepare for Colorado’s harsh winters. Colorado’s agricultural workers gained the right to weekly overtime pay for the first time on November 1st, but they only begin receiving premium pay after working 60 hours in a week. These essential workers need your support!

Donated items will be delivered directly to workers by Project Protect Promotores—culturally and linguistically-skilled community health navigators who have connected with more than 15,000 agricultural workers over the past two years. They have been receiving increasingly urgent requests from workers for coats and other clothing to help cope with freezing conditions. As community members themselves, Project Protect Promotores understand the need also extends to children in agricultural worker families. To begin meeting this need, Project Protect is trying to collect a total of 1,000 adult-sized coats and 500 child-sized coats to distribute before the end of 2022.

Please donate to the Project Protect Food Systems Workers Coat Drive! New and gently used coats will be accepted at various locations across Colorado. Financial donations are very helpful as well.

 
Colorado’s agricultural workers thank you for the support!
  DONATE A COAT:  

Denver Metro Area

  • Arvada: Majestic View Nature Center, 7030 Garrison St.: Tues-Sat 10a-3pm

  • Denver: Kaizen Food Rescue, 2300 S Patton Ct.: Thurs 10a-3pm & Nourish Colorado, 3532 N Franklin, Suite F: Mon - Fri 8-5p

 

Northeast 1

  • Brighton: Walgreens, 1821 E Bridge St. Suite A & Brighton's Service Laundry, 155 N Main St.

  • Fort Lupton: High Plains Library District,  425 Denver Ave.

  • Hudson: Public Library, 100 Beech St.

  • Longmont: YMCA, 950 Lashley St. A 

Northeast 2

  • Greeley: 23rd Avenue Church, 2332 W 27th St. & Vineyard Church, 1015 9th Ave.

  • Platteville: St. Nicholas Catholic Church, 520 Marion St.

  • Johnstown: St. John the Baptist, 1000 County Acres Dr.

 

Northeast 3

  • Burlington: Santa Catarina de Siena, 450 3rd St. & El Maizito, 543 14th St. & The Farms Grill Restaurant, 102 Rose Ave

  • Fort Morgan: One Morgan County, 218 Main St. & Saint Helena Catholic Church, 917 W 7th Ave. & Point Market, 216 E Kiowa Ave.

  • Sterling: El Jacal Mexican Restaurant, 115 N 10th Ave.

  • Weldona: St Francis of Assisi, 801 Warren St.

  • Wiggins: Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, 506 Main St.

  • Wray: Wray SuperMarket, 333 W  2nd St.

  • Yuma: Shop All Super Market, 315 E 8th Ave. & El Ranchito, 210 S Main St.

 

San Luis Valley

  • Alamosa: Safeway, 1301 Main St. & Promotores del Valle de San Luis HQ, 529 Main Street, Suite #4

 

Southeast

  • La Junta: Valley Wide Health Systems, 1012 Belmont Ave.

  • Lamar: Lincoln Elementary School, 200 N 10th St. &  Fellowship Credit Union, 803 E Olive St. &  Brew Unto Others, 119 S Main St.

  • Pueblo:  Servicios de la Raza, 805 W 4th St. & Center for Health Progress, 330 Lake Ave.

 

Western Slope

  • Avon: Alpine Bank, 10 W Beaver Creek Blvd.

  • Delta: Delta Health and Wellness Center - Family Clinic, 1025 Main St. & Tri-County Health Network, 202 Main St.

  • Eagle: Alpine Bank, 0205 East Chambers Ave.

  • Edwards: Alpine Bank, 0069 Edwards Access Rd., Suite #4

  • Grand Junction: Alpine Bank, 225 N 5th St. & Alpine Bank, 2424 Patterson Rd.

  • Montrose: ALTITUDE Junior Aragon, 120 N Hillcrest Dr.

  • Steamboat Springs: Alpine Bank, 1901 Pine Grove Rd., Suite #101

  • Vail: Alpine Bank, 141 E Meadow Dr., Suite #210

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