More than 2,500 kids in need living near the Boise, Idaho, area will have a warm jacket to keep them warm this winter.

Intermountain Gas Company once again partnered with local businesses for the Keep Kids Warm program. This year’s efforts resulted in 2,570 coats that were collected and distributed to kids in need throughout the Treasure Valley region.

People also could donate money to the Keep Kids Warm fund, which assists with heating costs for low-income families with children.

The Keep Kids Warm program started 25 years ago. Since then, the program has collected thousands of coats and raised more than $1.3 million to keep children warm during winter.

Intermountain Gas Company partners with Baird’s Dry Cleaners, CBS 2 Boise and the Idaho Steelheads for Keep Kids Warm. The partners work with the following local non-profits to help distribute the coats and monetary assistance:

  • El-ADA Community Action Partnership.
  • Western Idaho Community Action.
  • Boise Rescue Mission Ministries.
  • Interfaith Sanctuary Housing Services.
  • United Way of Treasure Valley.
  • The Salvation Army Boise Corps.

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