VISIT Lake Geneva is once again proud to serve as the local organizer for VISIT Lake Geneva Bundle Up, an annual campaign that collects new and gently used winter clothing items for donation back to the local community. This year’s recipient of the donated items is the United Way of Walworth County to fill urgent winter clothing needs throughout the county via multiple nonprofit agencies.

Residents are invited to drop off new and gently used coats, sweaters, hats, mittens, gloves and other warm clothing items between now and January 15, 2023 at the Lake Geneva Visitor Information Center, 201 Wrigley Drive, Lake Geneva. The Visitor Center is open daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For questions, contact VISIT Lake Geneva at 800-345-1020 or

WHAT: The VISIT Lake Geneva Bundle Up Winter Clothing Drive - collecting coats, sweaters, hats, mittens and other items to donate to those in need in our community this winter season.

WHEN:  November 1, 2022 through January 15, 2023

WHERE:  Drop off donations at the VISIT Lake Geneva Visitor Information Center, 201 Wrigley Drive, Lake Geneva (MAP)

About The VISIT Lake Geneva Bundle Up

This is the 11th year VISIT Lake Geneva has taken part in a winter clothing drive to assist local residents in need. Through partnerships with local charitable organizations and the overwhelming kindness of community members, VISIT has collected thousands of clothing items over the past decade. “The outpouring of generosity for this program year after year is proof there is so much good in this world,” said Stephanie Klett, President & CEO of VISIT Lake Geneva. “I’m asking our Lake Geneva area residents to join us in getting in the true spirit of the season by helping our neighbors in need.”

About the United Way of Walworth County

United Way of Walworth County builds a great community and advances the common good by bringing people together to help others. The mission of United Way of Walworth County is to unite communities, increase and focus resources, and inspire people to improve lives in Walworth County, Wisconsin.  They partner with over 45 local non profits and charities annually in supplying support, resources, and volunteers to pave the way for real, tangible change in health, education and financial stability.