Capitals forward Devante Smith-Pelly spent the day in DC helping distribute winter coats with the Children’s Charities Foundation’s Coats for Kids program.
DSP visited students ranging from pre-k to fifth grade at two elementary schools, Aiton Elementary School and Thompson Elementary School, where he helped the kids pick out their new winter coats.
He was welcomed to Aiton Elementary with a familiar chant, as the kids went wild for “D-S-P!”
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) December 20, 2018
Over 4,000 coats were given out to kids in need.
— TMOORE (@seaoflove911) December 20, 2018
You can find more information about the program on their website and learn about ways to help more kids stay warm this holiday season.
Photo credit: @Capitals
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