2014 Halton Police’s Toys-For-Tots Program Raised Over $226,800

Programs supports 4000 plus families in Halton

Group of Participating Volunteers for Toys for Tots Program in Halton 2014
2014 Halton Police’s Toys-For-Tots Program Raised Over $226,800
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Chantal Corner

Chantal Corner

Sergeant Chantal Corner is the Media Relations Officer for the Halton Regional Police Department. She grew up in Oakville and graduated from Loyola. She still resides in Oakville.

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The 2014 Toys for Tots campaign collected over $226,800 in toys, gift cards, cash and food donations. The donations benefited over 4000 families throughout the Halton Region over the Christmas season.

In the last four years, the program has raised over $1,167,995 through the support of our generous community, citizens, businesses, schools and teams.

Halton Police are very grateful for the support of the following community partners: Minor Oaks Hockey Association and Burlington Lions Optimist Minor Hockey Association who collectively raised more than $55,000.

Other community partners who made significant contributions included Halton Catholic and Halton District elementary schools, Canadian Tire, St Mildreds-Lightborn School, TD/Canada Trust, Mandarin Restaurant, Halton Honda, East sides Auto Group and Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation.

In 2014, both civilian and uniform members of the Halton Regional Police Service graciously contributed their own time and personal funds to assist in the campaign once again. Members collected over $47,000 in cash and toys at Canadian Tire locations and donated over $3500 through individual fundraisers and the Gift Card challenge.

Chief Stephen Tanner remarked “Support for the Toys for Tots campaign by our community, partners and Service members is another example of people coming together in the spirit of giving to assist those less fortunate.”
Thank you Halton!



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