|Team up with Kris Jenner from the E! hit show, Keeping Up With the Kardashians, and help support the "hottest" charity around, One Warm Coat.|
|The Kardashian/Jenner family are no strangers to the fashion world. Khloe, Kim, and Kourtney own the famous chain of women's clothing boutiques, DASH.|
To view or buy this Limited Edition Barrier Coat designed by Kris Jenner visit this link to Searl NYC. By purchasing and wearing this coat you will inspire others to support the mission of One Warm Coat.
A One Warm Coat drive is an easy and convenient way to help people in need in your community. Their goal is to provide any person in need with a warm coat, free of charge. This prestigous charity has been featured in Redbook magazine, Martha Stewart Living, and Family Circle just to name a few. Friday, December 3, Kris Jenner talked about her coat design for One Warm Coat on "The View."
We at The Compassion Fashion Project reached out to One Warm Coat and Sherri Lewis Wood, President of the organization gave us this statement, "We are very pleased to have Kris, Curel and Searle involved in helping us let more people know how easy it is to donate a coat. Sounds like a message you too have been sharing."
Thanks, Sherri. We are doing our best!
We also reached out to our local coat drive provided by The 10/20 Project of Little Rock, AR and here is what Karin Bara, the coordinator for The 10/20 Project had to say:
"What an awesome concept and great work you are doing. We are enjoying our partnership with One Warm Coat. They are great to work with and provide a wonderful service."
The 10/20 Project encourages supporters to contribute a minimum of $10 and/or 20 minutes of service to meet individual needs. Bara goes on to say:
"We work with single-parent non-profits, women in transition, and many women in local shelters. Your email has prompted me to make contact with domestic violence shelters in our area. I will contact them early next week, introduce Ron and myself, and let them know about the services we provide through The 10/20 Project. "
Follow this link to contact The 10/20 Project and make a donation.
The easiest way for us all to help is by donating coats, gloves, new hats, socks, and toiletries to our local agencies where they will distribute the coats to anyone in need, including our cause, local women's shelters.