Letter Carriers will feel like Santa on Saturday, Dec. 3. Residents in Lee, Collier & Charlotte counties are encouraged to place a new, unwrapped toy in or by their mail receptacle for collection by the letter carrier.
This one-day toy drive to benefit the Marine Corps League Toys for Tots program yields the majority of the toys that will be shared with underprivileged children locally.
In Lee County for pick up of larger items call 699-8121. Walgreens stores in Fort Myers and Cape Coral will have a donation container for toys.
Monetary donations can be made by credit card at fort-myers-fl.toysfortots.org.
Checks can be mailed to Toys For Tots, PO Box 150393, Cape Coral, Fl 33915.
In Collier county for pickup of larger items email firstname.lastname@example.org. Monetary donations can be mailed to Toys for Tots, PO Box 8982, Naples, Fl 34101.
Please make the holidays brighter for families who are struggling to get by and donate a toy on Saturday, Dec. 3.
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