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How to Donate Winter Coats in New Jersey There are many charitable foundations in New Jersey to which you can donate your old coats. Jersey Cares holds a drive each winter to collect coats for people in need throughout the state. The Salvation Army continually collects used coats to sell in their stores, and the proceeds fund adult rehabilitation centers. The AIDS Coalition seeks donations each year to provide warm coats to kids who are affected by HIV or AIDS. Donating your coats to any of these charities is simple and straightforward. Go to the main page of the Salvation Army's USA eastern region website. Enter your zip code into the box on the left hand side of the page, under "Find A Center." Click "Go." You will be shown a map of the nearest Salvation Army locations. If there is no store within driving distance of you, call 1 800 SA TRUCK to request a pickup of the coats or to get the address of a local donation drop box. Drive to the closest store or drop off location and deposit them in the donation drop box. If you would like to claim the donation on your taxes, bring the coats into the store along with an itemized list and ask for a receipt. Contact Jersey Cares by calling 973 424 1091, and ask for the donation drop off locations for their annual coat drive. The drive runs between November 1 and December 15 of each year. Drive to one of the collection locations across the state and drop off the coats. Donate Children's Coats to the AIDS Coalition Wash and fold the coats that you would like to donate. Pack them in a plastic bag. Call the AIDS Coalition at 800 229 2437, and ask for the collection locations for the Children's Winter Coat Drive. The drive takes place between August and the middle of November each year.