New unwrapped toys for donation to the Toy Drive may be dropped off at any of the locations above. The last day for drop off to ensure delivery before Christmas will be December 21st, 2013. All the toys donated will go to Uxbridge families.
If you have kids and access to the internet, then you'll want to check this out. Parents can personalize their kids very own message from Santa! Click on the video above for a preview. Sympatico has a similar site below called Magic Santa.
Without the help of some very dedicated volunteers and sponsors, the Toy Drive would not be what it is today. We receive hundreds of toys in a very short period of time. That means we have to sort and distribute them just as quickly to make sure the kids get them before Christmas. We can always use more help with this process. A couple hours would go a long way! Ideal for youths who need the hours for school or anyone with some spare time that can help. To volunteer please fill out the form below and you'll be contacted.
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Every Year we receive an abundance of toys for kids aged 3-6 which is wonderful. However, we do have a big need for kids aged 10-16. Stocking stuffers and toys that can be used in the winter such as crazy carpets and outdoor toys are always a big hit.
Below are some gift ideas that have come straight from the kids at Scott Central Public School and Uxbridge Secondary School.
Primary Kids to ages 8.....
Boys - Hot Wheels, Lego, R/C Cars, Rainbow Looms, Monster Trucks, Sky Lander Swat Force (video game) Hockey Sticks, Pokemon cards, Percy Jackson movie Boxing Gloves, head phones, Shirts Girls - Pillow Pets, stuffed animals, Rainbow Loom, dolls, books, teddy bears, bouncy ball, Diary of a Wimpy Kid book series, Bad Kitty books, dresses, high heels, snow pants, Crayola Markers, art easel, skipping rope. Junior Kids 9, 10 and 11....
Boys and Girls - Rainbow Looms, Lego, Dolls, volley ball, basket ball, clothing, bracelets, cars, cards, skipping rope, snowball thrower, drums, guitar, posters, charm's, elastics for Rainbow Loom, art supplies, paint.
Intermediate 12 and 13...
Boys and Girls - gift cards (clothing, itunes, book store), Lego, rugby ball, sports equipment, make up, hair stuff, CD's, posters, books, electronics, track pants, hot wheels, cards, board games.
Highschool 14 plus...
Girls & Boys - Mittens, Nail polish, Itunes gift card, HMV gift card, Hollister gift card, New bag/purse, Accessories—bracelets, necklaces, Candy basket, AMC/SilverCity/Roxy Gift Certificates, Boston Pizza Gift Card, Swiss Chalet Gift Card, Sports equipment, Joe Fresh Gift Certificate, Bass Pro gift card, Hats—toques and ball caps—snap backs, Ice fishing rod, Video games, EB Games gift card, Skateboard.
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