Northern Rehab Physical Therapy Specialists held their annual community collection of winter coats and accessories for the Sycamore United Methodist Church (SUMC) Coat Ministry. A very large donation of coats, boots, scarves, hats and mittens were recently delivered.
“We are so glad to partner with the SUMC Coat Ministry each year,” commented Northern Rehab’s Director of Community Relations, Deb Loitz. “This was our most successful drive to date. We dropped off donations four times during the drive and are very thankful to our community for so many coats and winter items that were donated! We must have had over 150 coats or more plus a lot of mittens, scarves, hats and boots. Northern Rehab strives to support the needs in our community and enjoys hosting this coat drive in order to help keep those in need warm each winter.”
Pictured above (left to right) are SUMC Coat Ministry Co-Chairs Jim Fisher and Mary Ann Warman, with Northern Rehab’s Deb Loitz.
“We are so thankful to Northern Rehab for hosting the drive each year, and to the many area residents who generously donated coats and winter items,” said Warman. “It really makes a difference to have a good selection of men, women, and children’s coats for the families in need in our community to stay warm and dry this winter!”
The SUMC Coat Ministry is open every Monday from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m. during food Pantry hours at the church located at 160 Johnson Avenue in Sycamore. For more information about Sycamore United Methodist Church, the Coat Ministry, Food Pantry, or other information, please visit their web site at: www.sycamoreumc.org or call (815) 895-9113.
Northern Rehab extends our gratitude to all of the community members who generously donated winter items in support of the SUMC Coat Ministry. For additional information about Northern Rehab, voted DeKalb County’s Best Physical Therapists seven years in a row, please call (815) 756-8524, visit www.northernrehabpt.com, and follow Northern Rehab on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Google +.