Friday, December 14, 2012
I walked into the Belmont Police Station and a toy store broke out ...
When you enter the front doors of the Belmont Police Department, you think you're visiting a toy store. Two boxes are filled with trucks and stuffed animals with toys of all sorts and sizes along the sidewall. It's a display of some generous officers and residents who stopped by to give to the annual Toys for Tots drive. And you can join those residents by bringing new, unwrapped toys to the drop-off locations in Belmont. (see the list below) But you only have today and tomorrow to participate: the drive ends Saturday, Dec. 15. Every year for the past 28 years, the Massachusetts State Police has worked with the US Marine Corp Reserves to collect toys for needy children by using State Police Barracks as drop off locations and assisting …
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Find out where to bring your Toys for Tots donations around town. Last day is Dec. 15.
The Toys for Tots annual drive is underway and there are several locations close by to drop your toys off. Bring new, unwrapped toys to the drop-off locations. Every year for the past 28 years, the Massachusetts State Police has worked with the US Marine Corp Reserves to collect toys for needy children by using State Police Barracks as drop off locations and assisting with toy drives throughout the state. The age group that is most needed is birth to 2 and 11- to 14-years-old. The final day to drop off gifts is Dec. 15. Here's a look at the drop-off locations around Belmont:
Saturday, December 3, 2011
Locations in and around town where you can donate.
‘Tis the season for giving back! While the holidays symbolize many things for many people, they come at a time of year when community groups are in the most need of local support. During the month of December, Patch will provide a map of locations in and around town where you can give back. If you head an organization in town that can use some extra support right now, please let us know in the comment section and we will add you to next week’s article.