Toy Drive Continues One More Week

by Press Release-Burlington County | Dec 13, 2005
Toy Drive Continues One More Week The Burlington County Sheriff’s Department 10th Annual Holiday Toy Drive will continue through Monday, December 19th.

“Toys must be at one of the 60 drop-off locations by 9 a.m. Monday, December 19th before collection begins,’’ Stanfield said. “We have 11 human services agencies that will pick up the toys on Tuesday (Dec. 20th) to distribute to families in need.’’

“Last year we collected more than 400 toys,’’ she continued. “I continue to be overwhelmed by the generosity of Burlington County residents every year. This program definitely makes a difference in many people’s lives, and it is one of the highlights of my year.’’

Residents are asked to drop off new, unused and unwrapped toys at any of 60 locations (see drop-off sites).

Distribution to agencies will begin at 11 a.m. December 20th in Room 209 of the County Administration Building, 49 Rancocas Road, Mount Holly after the personnel from the County Office of Consumer Affairs conducts a safety inspection of the toys (see distribution schedule).

The Community Services Unit, with assistance from the Senior Services Unit and Civil Process Office, coordinate the drive for the Sheriff’s Department. For further information, contact 609-265-3788 or access /community/index.htm.

Acme Markets (Bordentown, Burlington City, Mount Holly, Browns Mills, Maple Shade)
Beverly Municipal Building
Beverly Post Office
Bidwell Chiropratic, Moorestown
Bordentown Municipal
Boy Scout Troop 24
Burlington City Police Department
Burlington County Courts Facility
Burlington Twp. Police Department
C & L Packaging, Moorestown
Cinnaminson Police Department
Cinnaminson Twp. Hall
Eastampton Police Department
Hainesport Post Office
Hudson City Bank, Cinnaminson
Human Services Building, Westampton
Kay Bee Toys, Moorestown
K-Mart (Burlington, Moorestown)
Mount Laurel Police Department
Party City, Moorestown
Pemberton Municipal Building
Pemberton Twp. Municipal Building
Prosecutor's Office
Regal Cinemas (Burlington Center Mall)
Rite Aid, Browns Mills
Sears (Burlington Center Mall, Moorestown)
Shamong Twp. Municipal Building
Sheriff's Department
ShopRite (Bordentown, Willingboro)
Southampton Twp. Municipal Building
Summit Apartment Complex
Super Baby Depot, Mt. Laurel
Super Fresh, Lumberton
Tabernacle Elementary School
Tabernacle Twp. Municiapl Building
The Funplex, Mt. Laurel
Vincentown Post Office
WalMart (Lumberton, Marlton, Cinnaminson)
Wee-Kids Early Learning Center, Mt. Laurel
Westampton Police Department
Willingboro Police Department

Tuesday, December 20th
Room 209 County Administration Building
11 a.m. Press conference/Division of Youth and Family Services
11:30 a.m. Servicious Latinos
Noon Foster and Adoptive Family Services
1 p.m. Amity House
1:30 p.m. Prevention Plus
2:00 p.m. Family Support Organization
2:30 p.m. Delaware House
1:30 p.m. Providence House
3:30 p.m. Center of Love, Enlightenment and Healing
2:30 p.m. Sisterhood
3:00 p.m. Faith Chapel Zion Church

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Author: Press Release-Burlington County


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