Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke and Governor-Elect Mike Pence will help The Salvation Army make this Christmas a little brighter for struggling families living in Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties. They will be at the Toy Town Wal-Mart Supercenter donation center at 1:15 p.m. to give lend a hand for those in need this Christmas season.
The 2012 holiday season is the most difficult in decades for many Tri-State families. A record number of people requested holiday help from The Salvation Army this year. The Salvation Army will be helping some 2,200 children have a brighter Christmas. They will be assisting 1,000 families with their Christmas Dinner.
Toy donations will go directly to The Evansville Salvation Army Toy Town. Monetary donations help The Salvation Army provide food and assistance to struggling families this Christmas Season.
Collection boxes are at over 80 local businesses throughout our community. These boxes are for donations of new, unwrapped toys for children 0 to 16 years old. The boxes are currently placed through December Friday, December 14th to receive YOUR KIND DONATIONS. Monetary donations can also be made in any Red Kettle throughout Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties and marked Toy Town.
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