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Dec 3, 2019
by: Carrie Larsen
Thank You for Sharing the Warmth

This #GivingTuesday, we are thankful for the outpouring of support shown by the community in collecting coats for Recovery Resources Share the Warmth Client Coat Drive.

In total, 375 adult and children’s coats were donated to our clients in need. That is more than double the amount we received last year, thanks to the involvement of several Cleveland area businesses. The coat distribution was held November 25 – November 27 at our Old Brooklyn location (4269 Pearl Road). Clients were invited to take a coat for themselves and a coat for a child. They expressed an immense appreciation for the community’s generosity.

“My house recently burned down and I lost almost everything. I am so thankful that my husband and I can get a coat from Recovery Resources to stay warm this winter. It gives me encouragement and hope that things are going to be okay. Thank you,” said one Recovery Resources client.

Recovery Resources has been providing treatment and recovery opportunities for people living in the Cleveland area for over 60 years. Each year, more than 10,000 people benefit from our services, including job training and housing for those in need. We care for clients from all socio-economic backgrounds, but the highest demand comes from those in living in poverty.

We want to thank everyone for their donations and making a difference in our clients’ lives this holiday season.


Thank you to our partners!


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