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Volunteers of America

Donate Toys to Santa Shop

On December 23rd  VOA will give away over 5,000 toys to kids ranging in ages 0 -18 years old. We need your help! Donate NEW and unwrapped toys to the Santa Shop and help a family in need have a special Holiday Season!

Toys can be dropped off at the VOA Admin Building- 2660 Larimer St., Denver any time in November and December before Friday, December 20th. Please mark them "Santa Shop."  

Suggested Items

·         Gifts for older kids

     o Sports balls

     o Watches and jewelry

     o DVDs

     o Makeup Kits

     o Bath Products

     o Gift Cards

·         Legos

·         Barbies and dolls 

·         Toy Cars

·         Arts and Crafts Kits

·         Winter Hats and Gloves

 

Unable to accept

·         Toy guns or violent toys

·         Bikes 

·         Video Games

·         Used items- all gifts must be new

 

After signing up you will recieve an email with drop off information and locations

  

Created by:   Bradley Gulley
 
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