BOISE -- The Boise Rescue Mission received an important donation Wednesday, coats.
Larry H Miller car dealers dropped off winter coats at the mission's warehouse in Boise.
The coats were collected through the dealership's coat drive.
"We were able to collect between 50 and 60 coats, and we're really grateful for all of our customers and community to pitch in to help us collect these coats," said Natalie Needham with Larry Miller.
"Coats and warm clothing right now are really important to the homeless people that we're serving and we really appreciate this gift," said Rev. Bill Roscoe with the Boise Rescue Mission.
Roscoe says they have had an overflow of sleeping at all of their shelters in the last month, and that winter clothing is always needed and they are always taking donations at the Boise Rescue Mission warehouse.