Before the little girl went outside into the cold, her mom buttoned up the Minnie Mouse coat she was wearing, reached into the 4-year-old’s pocket to put on her gloves and instead pulled out a picture of a 21-year-old woman.

“Did you put this in your coat?” the mom asked her daughter.

“Yes, Mommy,” the girl answered. “I wanted to remember the girl who gave it to me,” Lisa Miller recalled.

It’s those kind of memories that remind Lisa Miller that a coat can make a difference in a child’s life.

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