UPDATE: Cunningham Township thanks community for winter coat donations

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Photo courtesy: Facebook page of Cunningham Township Supervisor’s Office.

UPDATE (1/14/22) — Officials said they have received a lot of coat donations.

They want to say thank you to the community that came through to help those in need.

They stated, “Your generosity will keep our neighbors in need warm for the rest of the season. Thank you so much! We are now flush with coats! We have the best, most generous and most caring community.”


CHAMPAIGN COUNTY, Ill. (WCIA) — Officials at Cunningham Township Supervisor’s Office are asking for more donations of winter clothes as it is getting much colder in central Illinois.

They are in desperate need of clean, warm coats for all sizes of adults and children.

Donations can be dropped off at the Cunningham Township Supervisor’s Office, which is at 205 West Green Street.

There is a coat rack placed right outside of the office’s front door. This coat rack will be out during office hours (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday). A bin is put at the same place after hours.

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