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Wee Are the World: Toys for Tots

The holidays are almost over and the toys have been doled out to gleeful tots. Much to junior's delight, there is not a square foot of space left in his room for another toy because it's brimming with the past few year's of loot.

Instead of shoving the old toys in a corner, never to be seen or played with again, give them to your local community organization. Churches, park clubhouses and day-cares usually welcome clean toys in good condition. And, if you've got duplicate new toys donate them to Toys for Tots. You can look up donation drop–offs within your state and zip code.

They might have already passed out the donations for this holiday season, but it's never too early to start thinking about the next. And, your house won't be an advertisement for Toys 'R' Us.

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karisaamy karisaamy 9 years
Toys for Tots only takes new toys I would recommend donating to a local charity for childern anyways. I know that Toys for Tots doesn't always give the toys out in the same area that the toys are collected.
amyd5 amyd5 9 years
Very nice thought...but I've volunteered for Toys for Tots before and THEY ONLY TAKE NEW TOYS>>>THEY WON"T TAKE USED TOYS!!!! there are many other charities that will take your old toys but not Toys for Tots...they want their recipients to have new toys from Santa. Thx. Btw, it's on their website. Happy New Year!
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