The North Dakota Petroleum Council (NDPC) and its members are hosting our Spread the Warmth Winter Clothing Drive to help collect winter clothing that will fill a vital need in many communities this winter.
We are asking companies, their employees and community members to help make this drive a success by donating new and/or gently used (and laundered) winter clothing, including coats, snow pants, boots, mittens and gloves, scarves, and hats. The company that collects the most items will receive $1,000 from the NDPC to donate to the charity of its choice. *(number of items calculated as a percentage of total number of employees)
1. Find a participating company or drop-off location below.
2. Stop by and drop off new or clean and gently used items to their office by November 9.
3. Get your friends & family involved. Then, feel good. You did a good thing.
Don’t forget, the company that collects the most items wins’ $1,000 for a charity of their choice so make sure to get the word out and make sure your charity receives this cold, hard cash earned by spreading the warmth!
Williston – 321 22nd Ave East
Killdeer – 10481 1A Street SW
Alexander – 2732 Hwy 85 N
Sidney, MT – 2320 S. Central Ave.
Slawson Exploration Company
New Town – 8722 39th Lane
|Good Shepherd Home|
Q. Where will coats be dropped off when this is all said and done?
A. Lots of locations:
100 West Broadway, Suite 200
Sax Motor Company
52 21st St E.
Paradise Dry Cleaning and Laundry
1867 6th Ave. W
Bakken Oil Rush Ministries
Attn: Jim Konsor
600 12th St NE
ND Salvation Army Corps
Attn: Major Marion Moore
15 Main Street
Williston Worship and Service Center
15 Main Street
Model Dry Cleaners
1129 2nd Ave W
Mountrail County Social Services
Attn: Candice Grilley
18 2nd Ave SE
Golden Valley County Social Services
67 1st Street SE
Parshall Resource Center
Attn: Sandy Johnson
315 Western Ave.
Minot, ND 58701
Three Affiliated Tribes Social Services
Attn: Becky Staples
701-627-4781 ext. 8107
Ft. Berthold Coalition against Domestic Violence
Attn: Sadie Young Bird & Mandee Keplin
Dunn County Social Services
125 Central Ave. N
Attn: June Johnson
Town not listed or know of another group in need?
No biggie. We know local churches and schools may also be willing to help distribute the goods. Give them a ring and tell them you have winter gear you’re looking to donate and also let Tiffany know so she can spread the word.