Children in need receive the gift of warmth thanks to the kind gestures of drivers from all of our carrier angels. Each time they picked up or made a delivery, they were smiling and willing to help.
The following organizations have so kindly & generously provided in-kind delivery services for Operation Warm over the years. Whether it be donating much-needed pallets, delivering 15,000 coats to a Salvation Army in downtown Philadelphia, trailers full of coats to downtown Baltimore or a single pallet of coats to a local school–children in need receive the gift of warmth thanks to the kind gestures of the drivers from all of our carrier angels. Each time they picked up or made a delivery, they were smiling and willing to help (even during blizzards)!
Operation Warm certainly could not do it without their help!
While all of the deliveries are important and a number of fantastic stories can be shared, one in particular stands out. Office Basics was making a delivery of nearly 4,000 coats to a location in Philadelphia when the skies published up and the rain poured down. The organization had a few volunteers on hand to help unload but not enough to beat the cold rain from wetting the boxes. Without hesitation, the 4 man Office Basics crew jumped right in line to get the boxes inside. They certainly could have remained on the truck once the pallets were off-loaded but instead, they lent a hand and did it with smiling faces. This description fits EVERY delivery; always willing to lend a hand.
Special THANKS to James Walsh!
In addition to providing free transportation to children in Delaware, Office Movers graciously provided pallets – a crucial item for our operations. Without pallets, the coat deliveries simply cannot happen.
Office Movers, a commercial moving company has built their business on a reputation for excellence. Office Movers proud commitment to customer service is evidenced with the deliveries that they so kindly made for Operation Warm. They brought smiles and warm coats to many faces as they crisscrossed the state of Delaware.
Special THANKS to Dave Greenblatt and Phillip Morganroth!
New Century Transportation has been longtime supporter of Operation Warm deliveries in Delaware Valley, PA. Their huge freight trucks are often seen navigating through the urban areas surrounding Philadelphia. Their amazing drivers are great to work with!!!
In addition to delivering hundreds of boxes of coats, New Century personnel have rallied staff rally together with Operation Warm to provide new winter coats to the Washington Elementary school in Camden, NJ. The students, parents and school staff are always ecstatic to see the truck pulling up to their school with coats for everyone.
Thanks New Century!!!!
Special THANKS to Kat Falkenstein & Nick Gibbone.
Pilot Freight Services is a full-service global transportation and logistics company based right in Operation Warm’s back-yard in Delaware County, PA. Pilot Freight Services provided long haul services for Operation Warm, making trips from California to Pennsylvania and delivering thousands of coats to children in need living in Baltimore, MD. They supported a single delivery of 15,000 new winter coats to the Salvation Army of Greater Philadelphia.
Special THANKS to Mike McMenamin & Lou Cortese
Bank of America has been a long time funder of Operation Warm. This year they extended their gift to include free transportation. Thanks to Patrick Machamer and the Bank of America Team four thousand new winter coats were delivered to children living in Wilmington, DE.
Thank you Bank of America!!
Special THANKS to Patrick Machamer
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