The Korean American Community of Metro Detroit (KACMD) has provided Southfield Human Services with 50 free new winter jackets in various adult sizes for those in need throughout Southfield. The jackets were received at KACMD’s annual Korean American Day event held at the Korean American Cultural Center of Michigan in Southfield on January 13.
“We are very grateful to the Korean American Community of Metro Detroit for their generous donation of new winter jackets to Southfield residents in need,” commented Southfield Human Services Office Coordinator Rhonda Terry. “These jackets will help many residents stay warm who may have otherwise had to go without such an essential item during this cold Michigan winter.”
Low-income Southfield residents in need of a new winter jacket may receive one (as supplies last on a first-come, first-served basis) at the Southfield Human Services offices located at 26080 Berg Road in the Burgh Historical Park.
For more information, contact Southfield Human Services at (248) 796-4540.