Vaughan asked to help local kids have a great holiday season

November 30, 2017 by  

This December, Vaughan residents have been asked to add one more item to their shopping list to help ensure that all local kids have a gift this holiday season.

Anyone who would like to join in the Toy Drive 2017 can lend their support by purchasing a new toy and dropping it off at one of the collection sites that will be located around the city. The organizers have requested that the donations not be wrapped, and items for kids from newborns up to 18 years old will all be welcome.

The toy drop-off points can be found in fire stations, community centres, and public libraries throughout Vaughan, and also City Hall and its Joint Operations Centre. The contributions will be collected and then distributed to children and local families who can use a helping hand.

This holiday toy drive has been organized through the efforts of both the city and CP24 CHUM’s Christmas Wish, and all donations will be appreciated. Poster printing can be used to create large-sized promotional materials for this type of community service campaign.

Anyone who would like to drop off an unwrapped toy can do so on December 11 at any of the collection points except the City Hall, which will be accepting them on December 13. More information about the campaign can be found on the city’s website.