From CTV Kitchener’s Shannon Bradbury: There is still time to donate to this year’s Toy Mountain campaign.
From CTV Kitchener’s Stephanie Villella: A local man has been donating to the annual Toy Mountain campaign for three decades.
From CTV Kitchener’s Shannon Bradbury: The Toy Mountain campaign received another large donation on Monday.
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From CTV Kitchener’s Shannon Bradbury: Toy Mountain kicks off for another year, making sure all kids have toys this holiday season.
There's never been a year that more needed holiday cheer than 2020.
That's why we're teaming up with Canadian Tire to make a mountain of toys for the Salvation Army.
We need your help to make sure that every child has something to open this holiday season.
If you're able to donate a new unwrapped toy, please bring it to any Canadian Tire location in Waterloo Region.
Below you’ll find a list of participating locations, along with a map to help you find your way...consider it your North Star.
We will not be able to accept donations at the TV or radio stations this year due to COVID-19 restrictions. Should you have a large donation, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange delivery.
If you can't get out or just aren't comfortable with that yet, you can still help out: the Salvation Army is accepting online donations, where every $10 donated will give a toy to a child in need.
Thank you again for your help in ensuring that the Salvation Army hamper program can continue to provide smiles, even in 2020.