The holiday season is a very special time and the Town of Palm Beach United Way is proud to once again partner with the Palm Beach Daily News and Palm Beach Fire Rescue to collect toys for families who have difficulty making ends meet. Many families in Palm Beach County struggle to buy food, medicine, and pay the rent – often with little or no money left over to buy holiday gifts for their children.
New, unwrapped toys will be accepted through December 3rd to benefit the children of:
American Association of Caregiving Youth
Center for Child Counseling
YWCA of Palm Beach County
Toys and checks can be delivered to the following sites in Palm Beach:
Palm Beach Daily News, 400 Royal Palm Way, Suite 100
Town of Palm Beach United Way, 44 Cocoanut Row, M201
Town of Palm Beach Fire Stations
North Station, 300 North County Road - Central Station, 355 South County Road - South Station, 2185 South Ocean Boulevard
If you prefer to make a monetary donation, please make checks payable to Town of Palm Beach United Way.
Questions? Call Shiny Sheet Toy Drive Coordinator Stephanie Wiggins at 561-820-3874
Last year’s Toy Drive brought in more than 700 toys and other gifts, along with $9,545 in cash donations. Thank you to our donors who help provide a wonderful holiday for hundreds of deserving children.