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With more people struggling, the need for coats and winter clothes is greater

DAVENPORT, IOWA – A local non-profit says it could still use your help to help those who are homeless — or struggling — to keep warm over the winter.

Luekinna Hodges from Kinna’s House of Love collected winter clothes and coats, which she handed out this weekend at The Center’s annual Christmas party.

Hodges — who herself was homeless — reached out to Local 4 News today and says the need is much greater than she realized after this weekend’s event.

She’s accepting more winter clothing items at The Center in Davenport.

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