Shawn Perry-Turner, Director of Marketing and Communications

Office: 505-867-7640, Cell: 505-382-2753



For Immediate Release

November 1, 2022


Donations of coats, jackets, mittens, and more sought for seniors

Bernalillo, NM, November 1—Sandoval County’s Prevention and Intervention Programs and Senior Program are partnering to collect warm clothing items and blankets for county seniors in need. The Warm Clothing Drive begins today and items may be dropped off until December 15, 2022, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Collection bin is in the lobby at 711 Camino Del Pueblo, Bernalillo, NM 87004.

Regarding the Warm Clothing Drive, Community Services Director Anne Ryan shared, “We look forward to the community’s support of this effort. Seniors are more vulnerable to the cold and many are on fixed incomes. Any assistance that helps to mitigate colder conditions during the winter months is always helpful, and we appreciate the community’s support.”

The Warm Clothing Drive is accepting the following items: lightly used/new in sizes M – XL: coats, jackets, ponchos, and sweatshirts; and scarves; new beanies, mittens/gloves, socks, and blankets. For more information about the Warm Clothing Drive, contact Vanessa Martinez at 505-269-9261 or Information is also at

Sandoval County, the fastest-growing county in New Mexico, encompasses 3,714 square miles of diverse geography and has a population of approximately 151,000 people. It includes the incorporated municipalities of Bernalillo, Cuba, Corrales, Jemez Springs, Rio Rancho, San Ysidro, and the Town of Cochiti Lake as well as numerous unincorporated communities, and all or portions of 12 Indian pueblos and Tribal nations/lands. For more information, please visit




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