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Kids2Kids Toy Drive drop off site

Oct. 31, 2011

Kids2Kids is a charity event different from others in that it attempts to teach younger people the lesson of giving to their less fortunate peers. It's about (kids of all ages)giving to other kids and we need your help to make this the biggest toy drive ever! Sponsored by Kapco Metal Stamping of Grafton, Newsradio 620 WTMJ and The Salvation Army, last year they collected over 14,000 toys.

 

Pilgrim Antique Mall in Germantown will be an official drop off location this year.Just bring in new, unwrapped toys for our barrel or to make it even easier, just stop by and select from the samples of toys on display and make your donation for the toys you choose. Toys have been purchased at a discounted price to make it more affordable for your contributed dollars to go a little further. We will be collecting toys from Nov.1st to Dec.8th.

 

Pilgrim Antique Mall is located at W156 N11500 Pilgrim Rd.and is open Mon.-Sat.10-5 Sun.12-4

Call if you have any further questions 262-250-0260

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