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As temperatures start to drop, put last season’s winter coat to better use and donate it to a New Yorker in need.

Local establishments partnered with nonprofit organization New York Cares to become drop-off locations for men’s, women’s, children’s and infant coats, which will be given to those who need them. Coats can be new or used, as long as they are warm and in good condition.

Hurry in: the last day to donate is this Saturday, Dec. 31.

Check out a list of collection points in northeast Queens below.

BAYSIDE

Bay Terrace Library
18-36 Bell Blvd.

Windsor Park Library
79-50 Bell Blvd.

Luxury Cars of Bayside
214-27 Northern Blvd.

COLLEGE POINT

Poppenhusen Library
121-23 14th Ave.

FLUSHING

Auburndale Library
25-55 Francis Lewis Blvd.

Mitchell Linden Library
29-42 Union St.

109th Precinct (24-hour location)
37-05 Union St.

FRESH MEADOWS

Fresh Meadows Library
193-20 Horace Harding Expy.

107th Precinct (24-hour location)
71-01 Parsons Blvd.

LITTLE NECK

North Hills Library
57-04 Marathon Pkwy.

GLEN OAKS

Glen Oaks Library
256-04 Union Tpke.

WHITESTONE

Whitestone Library
151-10 14th Rd.

Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association
18-10 Whitestone Expy.

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