WDTN and Dayton’s CW are proud to be kicking off the 36th annual Coats for Kids campaign on Thursday, September 12th.  Corporate sponsors for the campaign include LCNB National Bank and Catholic Social Services.  In-kind partners include Cintas Corporation and RUSH Transportation and Logistics. 

Since the inception of the campaign, Coats for Kids has collected and distributed over 500,000 coats and winter accessories to less fortunate children and adults throughout the Miami Valley.

“Coats for Kids continues to be an important community initiative in Dayton because unfortunately, the need still exists, Vice President and General Manager of WDTN & Dayton’s CW. “We’re proud to work with our partners to do whatever we can to help serve those in need.”

The campaign, scheduled to run from September 12th through October 18th, will once again ask residents of the Dayton region to take any new or washable coat that they or their children may have outgrown or winter accessory to any LCNB location listed below and place them in the Coats for Kids collection barrel. The Cintas Corporation will then launder the coats and RUSH Transportation and Logistics will transport the coats, both at no charge and then WDTN and Dayton’s CW will distribute the coats to children in need of assistance. Distribution of the coats and winter accessories will take place Friday, November 1st at Catholic Social Services.

Tap on a location on the map to see the LCNB location address

LCNB Barron Street Office1697 North Barron St.
LCNB Brookville Office225 W. Upper Lewisburg Salem Rd.
LCNB Centerville Office9605 Dayton-Lebanon Pike
LCNB Eaton Office110 West Main Street
LCNB Hunter Office3878 St. Rt. 122
LCNB Lewisburg Office522 South Commerce St.
LCNB Middletown Office4441 Marie Dr.
LCNB New Paris Office201 S. Washington Street
LCNB Oakwood Office2705 Far Hills Ave.
LCNB Oxford Office30 W Park Pl.
LCNB Springboro Office525 W. Central Ave.
LCNB Waynesville Office9 N. Main St.
LCNB West Alexandria Office55 East Dayton St.





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