Foster Care Coat Drive

Some of the youngest Kentuckians are in need of warm coats this year.  Between now and December 14th, the Kenton County Attorney’s Office in conjunction with the Division of Disability Determination Services,  Division of Child Support Enforcement, and the Kentucky County Attorney Association seek to obtain and distribute as many BRAND NEW COATS AND HOODIES as possible to Kentucky’s foster children.  This DIS effort will include the Louisville and Frankfort DDS offices, along with Child Support Enforcement regional offices.

 “Supporting our state offices and local foster families and children is something we will always participate in.  The winter months are upon us and this is an excellent way to give and provide warmth for children in our community, said Kenton County Attorney Stacy Tapke.  “I am proud of my staff for joining this effort.”

 Donations can be dropped off at the Kenton County Attorney’s office located at 303 Court Street Room 307 Covington, KY 41011.  Donations must be received by Thursday December 13th.

 For more information, contact Susan Topmiller, Public Information Officer for Kenton County Attorney’s Office, at 859.815.1664 or    



Posted November 20, 2018 at 08:49 AM