The Alhambra Firefighters Association, the City of Alhambra, and the Alhambra Unified School District are asking for your help to bring smiles to children’s faces this holiday season.
By News Desk
Alhambra joins ABC7, the Southern California Firefighters, Toys for Tots, and Subaru in hosting the 29th annual the Spark of Love Toy Drive. This special community campaign collects new, unwrapped toys and sports equipment for underserved children and teens in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Orange, Ventura, and Riverside counties.
Donation boxes have been placed at several locations throughout Alhambra to collect toys and gifts for the holidays. Donations will be accepted at City sites through December 24, 2021.
Make a difference by dropping off a new, unwrapped toy or sports equipment at any of the following sites during business hours:
- Alhambra City Hall, 111 S. First St.
- YMCA of West San Gabriel Valley, 401 Corto St.
- Alhambra Fire Department, Station 71, 301 N. First St.
- Alhambra Fire Department, Station 72, 1215 S. Sixth St.
- Alhambra Fire Department, Station 73, 2200 W. Main St.
- Alhambra Fire Department, Station 74, 2505 W. Norwood Place
- Alhambra Chamber of Commerce, 104 S. First St.
- Alhambra Unified School District Office, 1515 W. Mission Road
- Alhambra Police Department, 211 S. First St.
Monetary donation for the toy drive is also accepted. Please make your check out to the Alhambra Firefighters Association. All proceeds will go toward buying toys or sports equipment for the children.
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