Posts Tagged ‘homeless schoolchildren’

COTS is honored to salute KeyBank, an engaged partner and dedicated supporter. KeyBank has been a longtime supporter of COTS’ homelessness prevention efforts, a past event sponsor for the COTS’ What the Fix Slam, our COTS Walk and our 30th Anniversary celebration, and they have served lunch at the Daystation and organized Walk teams and event volunteers. They’ve helped with inkind donations of office furniture and other needs. They dine…

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When COTS launched the #172vt Campaign, it was designed to be a call to action. And, boy, was it! From across the community, students answered the call to help children who were facing the crisis of homelessness. They did so in creative and different ways – from a concert at The Spot, to lemonade stands and car washes, from Catchy Cards at farmers’ markets, to collection drives. Their efforts were…

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Through the month of August, the Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS) is proud to host the #172vt Back-to-School Drive through partnerships with KeyBank, Kinney Drugs, Staples, WCAX, and Star 92.9. The goal: Collect supplies to stuff 172 backpacks for children in need in our community. COTS, the Boys and Girls Club of Burlington, the Sara Holbrook Center, and the King Street Center will distribute the backpacks. In March of this year, COTS launched…

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COTS is proud to partner with KeyBank, Kinney Drugs, Staples, WCAX, and Star 92.9  on the #172vt Back to School Drive! In response to the 172 homeless children in Chittenden County, we launched the #172vt campaign as a call to action. This community driven #172vt Back to School Drive directly addresses the needs of these children. You can help a child in need, beginning with just a pencil. KeyBank is donating 172 backpacks, and we need your help…

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