Kids impacted by domestic violence will be getting coats for the winter because of a coat drive in honor of a little girl who was a victim of violence.
The nonprofit group Safe Faith United is holding the Jade Morris Coat Drive through Tuesday at the agency's office, 1850 East Sahara Ave.
Ten-year-old Jade Morris was stabbed to death last December. Her father's ex-girlfriend is accused of the crime. Her trial date is set for June.
Jade's mother will help distribute the gently used coats collected by the charity.
"You know I look forward to doing this every year. You know the community gave me so much when this happened to Jade, I just want to give something back," Te'juana Reeves said.
For more information, call 586-1900 or go to sfuvictims.org.