2021-’22 Winter Coat Drive

MOD Events

2021-2022 Winter Coat Drive Annual Event

Coats for Families in Need: Kids and Adults


No matter what language you speak, if you don’t have a coat, you are cold!

Starts November 1, 2021
Ends March 1, 2022
Time 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, Monday thru Friday
9:00 AM – Noon, Saturday (second and third Saturdays, except Holidays)
Location Mission of Deeds, 6 Chapin St, Reading, MA 01867

Help Us Keep Our Neighbors Warm

We are collecting “like new”, gently used warm, casual everyday coats and gloves, as well as new hats for children and adults.

Every year from November 1 through March 1, we have a Winter Coat Drive and ask our community to drop off like new, clean, gently used winter coats, gloves, and hats so that we can distribute them to our clients.

All of those we help are often in economic situations that prevent them from providing their family members with these necessities. Our clients include those who were previously homeless, survivors of domestic abuse, displaced Veterans, refugees, the elderly, victims of fire or other tragedies, and those with disabilities.

This type of donation matters so much in the winter, especially when we experience some of the coldest temperatures. Your coat donation has the potential of saving lives by keeping people warm on drastically cold nights. Every donor should be proud of giving and making a difference by keeping our communities a little warmer and showing the less fortunate that we will always care.

Drop Off Coats at the Mission of Deeds office

6 Chapin Avenue, Reading, MA 01867

Hours for Coat Donations and Coat Distributions

Monday: Friday 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am – 12 noon (the second and third Saturdays only)

Thank You in advance!


Mission of Deeds (MOD) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, volunteer-based organization located in Reading, MA. We provide beds, furniture, and basic household items, free of charge to those in need located in Middlesex and Essex Counties as well as the Suffolk County communities of Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop.


Photo credit – Thanks to Sun Jin Cho
for sharing their work on Unsplash.