South San Francisco Public Safety 2016 Holiday Toy and Food Drive

December 11, 2016
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South San Francisco, CA   December 11, 2016  Submitted by Vice Mayor Liza Normandy

Looking to donate for the Holidays? The South San Francisco Police and Fire Departments will partner again with the YMCA Community Resource Center to collect toys and food for the 2016 Holiday Toy and Food Drive.

Special emphasis is being placed on the age groups of 0-3years and 12-17 years of age as they are often left out of the gift giving process. However, you are welcome to give to any gender or age group of your choice. Examples of gifts for teens may be gift certificates, music certificates, movie tickets, etc. Monetary donations are also accepted as they will be used to purchase gifts for those age groups who are lacking.

We accept donations of non-perishable items along with NEW unwrapped toys and gift cards. Thank you!

Donations will be collected on December 19th.

For more information please contact Marie Patea at (650) 829-3837 or marie.patea@ssf.net

 

Looking to donate for the Holidays? The South San Francisco Police and Fire Departments will partner again with the YMCA Community Resource Center to collect toys and food for the 2016 Holiday Toy and Food Drive.

Special emphasis is being placed on the age groups of 0-3years and 12-17 years of age as they are often left out of the gift giving process. However, you are welcome to give to any gender or age group of your choice. Examples of gifts for teens may be gift certificates, music certificates, movie tickets, etc. Monetary donations are also accepted as they will be used to purchase gifts for those age groups who are lacking.

We accept donations of non-perishable items along with NEW unwrapped toys and gift cards. Thank you!

Donations will be collected on December 19th.

For more information please contact Marie Patea at (650) 829-3837 or marie.patea@ssf.net

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