Moonlight International Foundation donates over 1,100 coats and 1,000 pairs of snow boots

For the second year running, Moonlight International Foundation is ready for its annual “Warm Coats, Warm Hearts” charitable giving.

Over 1,100 coats and over 1,000 pairs of snow boots bought from different parts of China arrived PEI at the end of October. Available in various sizes for both children and adults, they will be donated to Charlottetown Salvation Army, Upper Room Food Bank and other food banks on PEI, and distributed for free to those who need extra warmth and protection for the harsh winter ahead.

Last year, 1,000 coats were donated to Charlottetown Salvation Army and Upper Room Food Bank, which were further distributed to other food banks on PEI. The event was a success, with most of the coats taken.

This year, the Foundation has made several improvements to its coat selection to fulfill broader needs, particularly with children’s coat design and sizes. Snow boots are also added to this year’s gift list.

Moonlight International Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in PEI with a mission to help all living beings attain happiness, and to repay the kindness of the Islanders. The Foundation’s main projects include poverty relief, animal welfare and protection, as well as social welfare and education.

Looking forward, Moonlight International Foundation will continue with its charitable efforts and missionary projects to give back to the society and reciprocate the kindness of the Islanders.