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Building on a solid foundation
By Erica Wayne
The holidays are synonymous with toys and is a joyous time for most. But, for struggling families, it is a time of stress and anxiety. Providing holiday toys for children is a struggle for many low-income families and people who have survived in the wake of disasters (whether economic or natural). Most of us overlook the fact that parents barely getting by still want their children to experience the joy and excitement of receiving the toys of their dreams.
Community Rescue Corps Services, a 501 (c)3 nonprofit is hosting a Toy Drive and asks for your financial support for our 3rd annual holiday fundraiser, which supports families in the Shelby County area. Individuals like you allow us to embrace unity, positive change and visionary goals to enhance the overall vitality of our communities.
A Chat with Community Rescue Corps Services
1. Buy any toy(s) whatever value and as many as you want, then you can drop off at one of our drop off locations:
1029 Florida St. Memphis, TN 38106
6825 Winchester Rd. Memphis, TN 38141
2743 Bartlett Blvd. Bartlett, TN 38136
2. Or alternatively, donate whatever you wish financially at our GoFundMe page here, so we can buy toys directly. You can even do this anonymously.
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