Firefighters work on the front lines and are witnesses to levels of poverty in their own communities. That's why the Professional Firefighters Association of Midland is working to ensure that local kids stay warm this winter during its annual campaign called Coats for Kids.
The association will present an outdoor movie night to benefit the cause at Midland's newest fire station, Fire Station 10 (4501 Sinclair Ave.), on Saturday, July 18. A bounce house will be on site starting at 7:30 p.m. and the movie will begin at sunset. The public is invited to attend and donations will be accepted for Coats for Kids to benefit local children. The event is co-sponsored by Fun Flicks of West Texas and LoneStar Jumparounds.
Coats for Kids targets less fortunate children living in Midland, providing them with brand new winter coats that will help them brave the cold and attend school regularly throughout the winter months.
If you would like to donate on behalf of this campaign, you can visit www.operationwarm.org/midland or contact PFAM President Eric Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org or 432-559-2074.###
Media Contact: PFAM President Eric Stewart