Comfort and Joy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that collects money in order to assist the less fortunate. We have donated 705 coats, $11,000 to the Healthy Eating Garden project at CITY House, awarded a number of college scholarships for books, and contributed to other community projects
In 2009, we gave 129 coats to the Samaritan Inn in McKinney, Texas, a homeless shelter that helps homeless people of all ages get back on their feet.
In 2010, we gave 56 to CITY House, a non-profit organization that serves the needs of children and families in crisis in Collin County, Texas.
Also in 2010, we donated 100 coats to the Allen Community Outreach (ACO) in Allen, Texas for families all over Allen in need of essential supplies and food.
Comfort and Joy's 2010 National Make a Difference Day project won! As a national honoree, Nicholas Cobb, CEO, was awarded $10,000 for the non-profit of his choice and donated the $10,000 to Comfort and Joy to continue this important work in the community.
In 2011, we gave $5,000 to CITY House for their Healthy Eating Garden Project.
Also in 2011, we gave 100 coats to the Allen Community Outreach (ACO)
In November 2011, Comfort and Joy was recognized by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (Greater Dallas Chapter) and Nicholas Cobb, CEO, won Youth Philanthropist of the Year!
In 2012, we gave $6,000 to CITY House to continue the healthy eating garden.
Also in 2012, dosomething.org, a national not-for-profit that helps young people change the world, announced that Nicholas Cobb, CEO, was named a 2012 Seed Grant winner.
Once again, in 2012 we donated 100 coats for ACO.
In 2012, along with members of VFW and with supplies from Home Depot, we fixed up the house of a veteran's widow.
In 2013, we gave $1,000 to Rev. DJ Ackers of United Friends to Feed the Homeless.
Also, we gave 100 coats to the Veteran's Administration's Homeless Standdown.
In 2013, we gave 15 more coats to CITY House.
In 2014, we donated coats to the Urban League Guild of Greater Dallas and North Central Texas.
In 2014, Comfort and Joy CEO, Nicholas Cobb, CEO, was named by TeenNick as a HALO Effect Award winner and Comfort and Joy was awarded $5,000 to continue its work.
In 2014, Comfort and Joy expands nationally with chapters in Brooklyn and Atlanta. If you know a young person interested in creating their own Comfort and Joy chapter, please contact us.
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