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The Burlington County Sheriff’s Department is once again collecting toys for children in need this holiday season at 32 drop-off locations across the county.
The 25th Annual Toy Drive will benefit local agencies including: the New Jersey Division of Child Protection and Permanency, Oaks Integrated Care in Mt. Holly, Christian Caring Center in Pemberton Township, Providence House, Sisterhood in Burlington City, Servicios Latinos de Burlington County, Foster and Adoptive Family Services of Princeton, and House of God in Delran. Organizations will distribute the toys to local children.
The collection will run now through December 14th. Last year, over 2,000 toys were collected.
“The holiday season is a very special time for everyone. This year has been very difficult for many. That is why we are going to make our toy drive bigger than ever,” Burlington County Sheriff Anthony Basantis said. “Through the generosity of our volunteers and community partners, the County will come together to make this season more joyous for families that are less fortunate.”
Questions may be directed to the Sheriff’s Department’s Community Services Unit at (609) 265-3788. Drop- off locations are as follows: