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Suffolk Legislator Trotta’s Annual Coat Drive a Huge Success; Hundreds of Coats Donated

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Through generous donations, people of all ages and in need received coats, outerwear, gloves, scarves, hats, blankets and other items.

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Suffolk Legislator Trotta’s Annual Coat Drive a Huge Success; Hundreds of Coats Donated

The residents in the Town of Smithtown, the students, parents and teachers at the Fort Salonga Elementary School, the staff and volunteers at RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program), as well as the employees at SMM Advertising made Suffolk County Legislator Rob Trotta’s annual winter coat drive a huge success. Through their generous donations, people of all ages and in need received coats, outerwear, gloves, scarves, hats, blankets and other items.

“With many people losing their jobs or having reduced hours due to COVID-19, the outpouring of support from everyone is greatly appreciated,” said Suffolk County Legislator Rob Trotta. “I commend Tricia Folliero, Vice President at SMM Advertising, and Jerry Castoral, her partner, for delivering the donations to the Lighthouse Mission, St. Gerard’s Outreach, Infant Jesus Outreach, and Pax Christi Homeless Shelter,” added Trotta.