Coats and Boots Loveland

Every child needs to have the proper winter clothing

· To minimize illness and missing school and critical lessons
· To exercise year round which is essential to learning and social development
· To  level the playing field and provide a sense of pride and self worth

The goal is to grow to all Thompson School District elementary schools in the next 3 years. Each school will receive up to 50 sets of new winter coats and boots totaling $3,000 per school. Each $60 tax deductible donation will go directly to provide a student the gear they need to be successful. 

LC Real Estate is honored to continue this project for the 4th straight year. This year we've partnered with Scheels to provide a new coat and pair of winter boots at cost for each student in need. Other than the Gofundme transaction fee, there is no overhead or administration cost, so your money goes directly to the kids in need. 
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Thank you to our sponsors:
Connell Resources, Inc.
Coulson Excavating Co., Inc.
Land Title Guarantee Company
GE Construction Inc.
Adam’s Bank and Trust
Coffman & Laub Construction
Budweiser Event Center
Spectra Event Management
Independent Bank
Advantage Bank
Loveland Ready Mix
Ward Construction
Front Range Fire Protection
iBuild Construction
 Community Foundation  - Loveland Fund
Stir Young Professionals
Foothills Seamless Gutters
Elite Paint Company
Alpine Gardens
Bloedorn Lumber
Tylo Electric
Many Loveland Citizens

Donations

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  • Art Aldrich 
    • $50 
    • 13 d
  • GoFundMe Team 
    • $500 
    • 18 d
  • Ruben Naranjo 
    • $150 
    • 24 d
  • Chanda Vigil 
    • $50 
    • 28 d
  • Douglas Klein 
    • $500 
    • 1 mo
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Organizer

Jerico Devlin 
Organizer
Loveland, CO

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