JERSEY CITY 21ST ANNUAL TOY DRIVE
The City of Jersey City has been celebrating the Mayor’s Toy Drive since 1996 and on Friday, December 15, 2017 Mayor Fulop of Jersey City will host the 21st Annual Toy Drive at City Hall.
Last year, over 900 children (ages 1 to 12) preregistered for the event and this year they expect even more. With that being said, please donate new unopened toys for needy children in Jersey City. The drop-off location will be at the Resident Response Center in City Hall at 280 Grove Street, Room 106, Jersey City, NJ 07302.
THE 7th ANNUAL JERSEY CITY TIES HOLIDAY TOY DRIVE & HAPPY HOUR
The 7th Annual Jersey City Ties Holiday Toy Drive & Happy Hour will take place on Saturday, December 2 at HopsScotch (286 Washington St. in Downtown JC)
All toys and gifts collected will be distributed to members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hudson County.
Attendees are asked to bring a new, unwrapped toy or gift card appropriate for children ages 5-17 years old. You can also make a cash donation, which will be used to purchase additional toys and gift cards for the kids. Cash donations will be matched by Jersey City Ties, up to $350.
Most-wanted toys include:
– Sports equipment (especially footballs and basketballs)
– Lego sets
– Board games
– Dolls (especially Barbies and American Girl Dolls)
– Action figures
– Arts & crafts kits
– Hot Wheels
– Paw Patrol
– Doc McStuffins
– Play-Doh sets
– Nerf balls (no Nerf guns, please!)
If you can’t make it on the 2nd, never fear – just drop them an email at [email protected] and they will arrange for a way to collect your donation.
4th ANNUAL DROP THE TOY HOLIDAY TOY DRIVE
The Jersey City Anti-Violence Coalition Movement will deliver toys to various organizations that serve needy families with your help. Let’s support one another while bringing a smile to some tiny faces.
Donations can be dropped off or picked up for your convenience.
They are asking 2 toys per person , one for a boy and one for a girl ages 0 to 12 years old.
Please call 201 589-8322 for more information. Deadline to donations: 12/21/17 Distribution: 12/23/17
39th ANNUAL WEICHERT TOY DRIVE
Help spread smiles this holiday season! Weichert, Realtors is thrilled to host its 39th Annual Weichert Toy Drive. Members of the community are invited to drop off new, unwrapped toys at the company’s sales offices through December 15.
More info: http://bit.ly/2zM4p37
TOY DRIVE AT PROJECT MARKET
At “Project: MARKET” on Dec 2nd and 3rd, there will be a toy drive to benefit families throughout the area. New and unwrapped toys can be brought to the market. The market will be open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.outside of Jersey City’s City Hall on Grove and Montgomery streets.
TOY DRIVE AT PROJECT GREENVILLE
On Dec 2nd and 3rd there will be a toy bin at Project Greenville for new and unwrapped toys to be donated to a local charity. The event at Project Greenville, Winter Wonderland, will be open from 5 to 8 p.m. each night. The event will take place at Project Greenville, located at 128 Winfield Ave.
THE JERSEY CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT TOY DRIVE
The Jersey City Fire Department’s Capt. Mark V. Lee Sr. Christmas Fund Toy Drive is underway and will go until Dec. 22. They are looking for new, unwrapped toys or monetary donations. The donations can be dropped off at any firehouse throughout Jersey City.
In addition to it, the JCFD Toy Drive is including a Pub Crawl & Mother Show at White Eagle Hall on Dec 2d and portions of all ticket sales will go to the Jersey City Fire Department Holiday Toy Drive. Ticket holders are requested to bring new toys that be collected at White Eagle Hall.
More details at: www.WhiteEagleHallJC.com
TOY DRIVE AT THE LANDMARK LOEW’S JERSEY CITY
At the Landmark Loew’s Jersey theater on Dec. 9, there will be a toy drive along with a visit from Santa. Pictures can be taken from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Pets are welcome to come for pictures from noon to 1:30 p.m. Digital pictures are $5, but are free if a child brings a new, unwrapped toy for the toy drive. The theater is located at 54 Journal Square.
YORK STREET PROJECT
89 York St, Jersey City, NJ , 07302 – Phone (201) 451-8225
Kenmare High School | St. Joseph’s Home | The Nurturing Place | St. Mary’s Residence
Helping women and children break the cycle of poverty since 1989
It’s not your traditional holiday wishes but this is what York Street Project needs:
- Twin bedding (dire need – we have none)
- adult and children cold medicines /cough medicines
- stroller rain covers – plastic see through ones