A Toy For Every Kid
For adults 2020 has brought a pandemic with its associated loss of jobs, incomes and uncertainty. The wildfires destroyed homes and caused unsafe breathing. Don't forget a contentious election. But grownups can understand this stuff. Kids, not so much.
Every holiday season, many of the most vulnerable children are in danger of going without ay gifts. But this year is worse this year, because many families are affected by the pandemic and fires. Many adults are out of work or sick. Below are some ways you can help kids this Christmas.
Fox 12 and Les Schwab are holding a toy drive until Dec. 13. Fox 12 will not be accepting any toys at the studios this year, but there are several ways to take part. Visit kptv.com for a map of locations to drop toys or visit Amazon wish lists for you to donate online safely and securely.
The Great KGW Toy Drive. KGW is encouraging donors to contribute cash this year for safety reasons so visit kgwtoy.com for instructions. If you still prefer to donate a toy in person, the website has a list of donations sites. There is also information on how to ship from Amazon to KGW.
The Salvation Army's Angel Tree Program provides gifts of new clothing and toys to families in Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington Counties, who otherwise might not have anything for Christmas. Visit portland.salvationarmy.org for ways to help.
Weston Kia encourages you to help kids this season.
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