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Boys & Girls Clubs of North County holding Annual Toy Drive

FALLBROOK – Local residents can help the Boys & Girls Clubs of North County give a toy to every youth member of the club

Unwrapped toys and presents for ages 6 to 14, are desperately needed. On average Boys & Girls Clubs of North County serves 2,000 Club members between 10 different sites. Many of their youth deal with food insecurity among other challenges at home, and the club offers a safe haven to thrive.

"For some children this is the only toy they receive during the holiday season," said CEO Allison Barclay. "We are excited to be partnering again with the North County Fire Department District – Fallbrook and we have several new locations this year. We greatly appreciate the support of the Fallbrook community."

Boys & Girls Clubs of North County will be placing toy collection boxes around Fallbrook at the following locations: Fallbrook Branch Library, Pacific Western Bank, The UPS Store, Fallbrook Fire Stations, Mountain Mikes, Fallbrook Waste & Recycling Services, The Jewelry Collective, Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce, and Vista Valley Country Club.

Toys will also be gratefully accepted at the administrative office located at 445 East Ivy Street, Fallbrook.

Residents can spread some holiday cheer during these tough financial times and drop unwrapped toys for children ages 6 to 14, in collection boxes by Friday, Dec.r 4. Every child from the Boys & Girls Clubs of North County receives a toy at their annual Club holiday party.

For more information, email [email protected] or call 760-728-5871.

Submitted by the Boys & Girls Clubs of North County.


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