Pacific County Fire District No. 1, Long Beach Elks Lodge and American Legion Post 48 have joined together to create
Toys for Peninsula Kids
This strictly local program replaces Toys For Tots, which hasn’t been available on the Peninsula for a few years. Rotary’s Christmas Angels program fills in with clothing and educational gifts, but low-income families haven’t had a resource for toys… until now.
Parents & Guardians Choose 2 Gifts
Parents in need of financial assistance will be allowed to choose two Christmas gifts they find most fitting for each of their children. Wrap The parents will then be able to wrap the toys and decide if they will be from Santa or themselves.
When? December 16, 2017, 12-3 pm
2 Locations: Ocean Park Fire Hall or Long Beach Elks Club
Volunteers Toys for Peninsula Kids is in need of either new toys for ages newborn to 15. Monetary donations are also welcome, which will be used to purchase toys for our local kids.
Drop Box Locations:
- Pacific County Fire District No. 1 on Ridge Avenue in Ocean Park
- Chinook Observer on Bolstad Avenue in Long Beach
- Dennis Company in Long Beach
- Call 360-665-4451 to schedule a pick-up