Saturday, November 28, 2015 8:00 am ·  0 Comments
For over 23 years, the Oakville Professional Firefighters Association has helped make a difference through the collection and distribution of toy donations.
“The annual Oakville Firefighters Toy Drive helps us bring smiles to the faces of young people who would otherwise go without a gift,” said Clara Costa of The Halton Children’s Aid Society. “Oakville has so many generous residents – we know they will come through for the young people in our community yet again this year.”
All donations are distributed to local families and agencies including:
All donations of new, unwrapped toys are greatly appreciated. Gift cards for all major retailers are also welcome.
We have a strong need for gifts for infants and adolescents aged 12 and up, based on shortages for these age categories in previous years.
Some ideas for the older ages are:
Sports equipment, Electronics, Headphones, Posters, Calendars, Journals, School Supplies, Backpacks, Clothing, Winter Hats and Gloves, Jewelry, Hair Accessories, Nail Polish, Makeup, Blankets, Shower Products, Movies
Community groups and corporations are encouraged to spread the holiday cheer by organizing their own toy drives or donations to support the Oakville Firefighters Toy Drive.
They can arrange to attend your event and collect the donations.
For assistance or more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Donations will be accepted at any local Oakville Fire Station until December 18th.
Station 1: 2535 Rebecca street
Station 2: 2264 Cornwall Road
Station 3: 125 Randall Street
Station 4: 2024 Sixth Line
Station 5: 1146 South Service Road West
Station 6: 1510 Postmaster Drive
Station 7: 2010 Joshua’s Creek Drive
2015, Big Brothers Big Sisters Halton, Fareshare Foodbank, Halton Children's Aid Society, Halton Women's Place, Kerr Street Mission, Oakville Fire Stations, Oakville Firefighters Toy Drive, Oakville Parent Child Centre, Salvation Army