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As winter nears, church collects warm clothes for less fortunate

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DETROIT (WJBK) -

Straight Street Ministries "Snuggle Up Detroit" foundation is accepting new or gently used winter coats.

Each coat that is donated will be matched with a scarf, hat and new gloves. So far the church has received 50 coats.

Donations will be accepted all winter long. The church has also started a new foundation called "Boxes of Love."

The foundation is giving away 25 Thanksgiving dinners free of charge.

You can register at the church until November 18th. Or call (313) 334 - 5480.

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