2018 Toys for Tots Dropoff Completed!

by | Dec 21, 2018

Thanks to all of the folks who sent in lights for recycling through 2018, the proceeds of almost $900 were used to purchase gifts for girls and boys ages 8-12.

Four shopping carts and a packed Subaru!

2018 Toys for Tots Dropoff Completed!
David and Jack choosing and moving the carts along!

The DFW Toys for Tots Warehouse is located out in Farmers Branch this year. Jack and I enjoyed meeting and joking around with the Marines and volunteers. The gifts that will be sorted to multiple charity organizations who will then deliver them to kids ages Infant to 12 across the DFW Metroplex.

2018 Toys for Tots Dropoff Completed!
Marines!

It is not too late to play your part in this wonderful program. Consider making a donation online today.

Check out the National Toys for Tots Website.

Merry Christmas!

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