UPDATE: There's still time to make toy and monetary donations for the Toys for Tots campaign. If you missed the previous deadline, you may still make donations at:
- Meadows Manor North Rehabilitation Center,
- Old Navy,
- Terre Haute Children's Museum,
- Terre Haute International Airport,
- Time Warner Cable 1605 Wabash Avenue Terre Haute Indiana 47807 Vigo County Ind.,
- Ruby Tuesday,
- all the Dollar Generals,
- all Walgreens,
- Marine Corps League,
- Rural King,
- Union Hospital and, finally,
- Terre Haute Family Dental-3430 S. Fourth St. Terre Haute, Ind. 47802
To make an online monetary donations, Click here!
News 10, Hi99 and the United States Marine Corps hosted their annual Toys For Tots Campaign Friday.
The event was an opportunity to help Wabash Valley kids who may go without this Christmas.
News 10's team was on-site, outside our new home collecting your donations.
Toys For Tots raised more than 19,000 toys last year, this year the U.S. Marines with the Wabash Valley hoped to not only collect more but also deliver them in person.
First Sergeant Anthony Loftus, with the United States Marine Corps says "This year we're going to go to a home and actually deliver toys to those individuals. So it's going to be much more personable and more than likely we'll create a bond that will last much longer than Toys For Tots season with that individual family."
Toys are getting ready for distributing for the annual Toys for Tots toy drive.
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