BOULDER, Colo. (Jan. 7, 2021) – Cozy Coats for Kids® has partnered with the Family Resource Schools for the second year in a row. The Family Resource Schools (FRS) is a joint partnership between the City of Boulder and the Boulder Valley School District, and serves children and families at various elementary schools. The program emphasizes outreach to traditionally underserved populations.
Cozy Coats for Kids® worked with the Columbine Elementary School’s liaison and FRS coordinator to provide 40 brand-new winter coats to students and their siblings. Each coat was purchased for a specific child in mind based on their color and style preferences. The coats were shipped directly to the school for distribution to the children.
Here’s their message to CCFK:
Thanks so much for the coats! We got them all delivered in early December, and they were much appreciated. Receiving the coats, all in new condition and sized appropriately, made it so much easier for us to help out families who otherwise struggle to get warm winter coats for their kiddos. These coats will help kids get fresh air during winter quarantine, and help them get to school on cold days when the quarantine is over.
Cozy Coats for Kids® is especially pleased to partner with the City of Boulder and the FRS because it provided an opportunity for the charity organization’s sponsors, InterNACHI® and its House of Horrors®, to give back to their local community of Boulder.
InterNACHI® is the world’s largest home inspector trade association, with more than 27,000 members in North America. Cozy Coats for Kids® is driven by the home inspection industry. The majority of the charitable organization’s donors and volunteers are members of InterNACHI®. InterNACHI’s House of Horrors®, located inside InterNACHI® Headquarters, is an actual house with a thousand defects purposely built in. This one-of-a-kind training facility allows inspectors to take live classes and get hands-on training from Certified Master Inspectors®.