Above / Look for Rotary Club of Naperville Sunrise Coat Drive cartons placed around town to collect donations of warm outwear, now through Dec. 14, 2018. “Help keep someone warm this winter.”

The Rotary Club of Naperville Sunrise will host its 20th Annual Winter Coat Drive through Dec. 14, having kicked off the collection during the club’s weekly breakfast meeting at Naperville Country Club last Friday.


Anderson’s Bookstore at 123 W. Jefferson Ave. is among stores collecting warm winter outerwear.

Rotary volunteers are placing boxes throughout the community to receive donations of gently-used clean coats, jackets, hats, gloves, scarves and mittens.

All sizes, infant through XXXL adult, are accepted. New or never-worn clothing is welcome, too.

Annual Rotary Sunrise Winter Clothing Drive begins!

“The mission of Rotary is ‘Service Above Self,’ and we are proud to partner with Hesed House, DuPage PADS and  Sharing Connections to deliver warm clothing to those in our area who are in need in the upcoming winter season,” said Jeanette Oakeshott, Rotary Club of Naperville Sunrise President. “The Naperville community has always been very generous, and we look forward to another successful Winter Clothing Drive.”

Look for collection boxes in downtown Naperville

As the need grows, the Rotary Club of Naperville Sunrise continues to attract new collection partners. This year,  select downtown businesses include Anderson’s Bookshop, Kroehler YMCA, Naper Settlement and Naperville Bank & Trust. 

Find locations throughout Naperville, too…

Other drop off locations include Casey’s Fine Foods, Fair Oaks Ford, DuPage Universalist Unitarian Church, Dutchman Heating, Naper Settlement, Naperville Park District facilities, Naperville Bank & Trust at Fort Hill, the Views of Naperville and the offices of Coldwell Banker Naperville Boulevard,  Naperville Clinical Associates, Newman Architecture, and Wells Fargo Advisors. 

This year, in collaboration with the Naperville Fire Department, collection boxes will be placed in all Naperville Fire Stations.

Thanks to all for donating warm clothing no longer used to the Rotary Club of Naperville Sunrise Winter Coat Drive. For more information, visit www.napervillesunrise.org.