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 will be December 21st, 2012. 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.
To make financial donations or to get your business or organization involved, contact Pat Higgins at: email@example.com
To inquire about volunteering, toy collection or toy distribution please contact Andy Luukkonen at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To inquire about the hamper program or other social service initiatives involving the toy drive, contact Sue Gilbert at: email@example.com
Any questions about media involvement please contact Mary Forbes at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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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 - Nerf gun, bouncy ball, toy dirt bike,lego, hot wheels, real words craft, toy car, toy dinosaur, toy truck, Lego, remote control cars, wii games, ds games, mini sticks, cool books (not sure what is cool…my guess would be non fiction, or I Spy books). Girls - Toy mermaid, make up kit, dolly, stuffy bear or any type of stuffed animal, underwater camera, Barbie camper, lego, toy flutes, Piano, barbies, zhu zhu pets, mommy zooble, polly pocket, littlest pet shop, play horses, Justin Bieber dolls, lolly loopsy doll
Junior Kids 9, 10 and 11.... Boys and Girls - Hockey sticks, soccer ball, volleyball,basketball, bicycle, skateboard, roller skates, bike helmet, scooter, skipping rope, gloves, football, itunes card, playstation and games, shoes, sled, lego, skis, skates, books and movies (diary of a wimpy kid, tomorrow girls, comic books(gears of wars) webkinz, drums, instruments.
Intermediate 12 and 13... Boys and Girls - Ipods, laptop, clothes or gift cards from:American Eagle, Hollister, Aeropostale, West 49, Lululemon, Garage , Sport Check, National Sports (jackets) video games, itunes gift cards, , hunger games book series, movies, Cineplex giftcard, Roxy theatre gift card, snowboards, skis, toboggan
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 (Walmart for $20).