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Operation Warm-More than a Coat

Photo L to R:  West Hartford Fire Fighters Mark Bassett, Mike Boivin, Anthony R. Leca, Captain Keith Byrne & UPFFA of Ct. President Peter S. Carozza, Jr.

Operation Warm Coats
Bristol Fire Fighters, Local 773 visited Greene Hills School in Bristol to deliver Coats for Kids
Operation Warm Coats
Danbury Fire Fighters, Local 801 visited Head Start School in Danbury to deliver Coats for Kids
Photo L-R: Jeff Tomchik, Vice President, Local 801, Students & Teacher of Head Start, Lieutenant Chip Daly
L to R:
Lt Patrick Maloney, FF Michael Shea, Fire Driver William Kennedy, FF Corey Outlaw

Lt Patrick Maloney, executive board member of Local 1339
From left to right:
FF Corey Outlaw, FF Michael Shea, Capt. Thomas Meier, Firefigher/Driver William Kennedy, Fire Chief Martin, Lt. Patrick Maloney, John Chiero-Executive Director of Waterbury Boys/Girls Club, William Campion-President Waterbury Boys/Girls Club
L to R John Chiero, Fire Chief Martin

L to R
John Chiero, Lt Patrick Maloney, William Campion, Local 1339 President Jon Schultz


Waterbury Firefighters distributed 50 winter coats at the Greater Waterbury Boys and Girls Club on Friday.
"Firefighters Coats For Kids" is a community outreach program designed to provide brand new "Made in the USA" winter coats to children in need. We are proud to support this cause in partnership with Operation Warm and the IAFF.

New London - The fire department on Monday delivered more than two dozen new winter coats to the Thames Valley Council for Community Action Inc. as part of a statewide effort by the Uniformed Professional Fire Fighters Association of Connecticut to reach out to children in need. The union partnered with the national nonprofit Operation Warm to distribute 350 American-made coats statewide.

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