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Local residents, businesses and philanthropic groups are asked to donate new, unwrapped toys for local children.
Edward, from Heath, affectionately known as Uncle Edward by neighbours, transformed his garden into a play area for the community and uses his carpentry skills to make toys for local children.
Daniel Hawkins' family residing throughout the United States invested the money that would have been spent on goodies for each other to purchase school supplies and toys for local children.
Each office collected between 50 and 250 toys for local children in need.
Edward Williams, from Heath, Cardiff, affectionately known as 'Uncle Edward', transformed his garden into a play area for the community, and despite being 101, uses his carpentry skills to make toys for local children.
Starbucks 2002 Holiday Angels Toy Drive gathered over 25,000 toys for local children in need and the 2003 All Books for Children Book Drive collected over 124,000 books for area literacy programs.
At the end of each half-hour stop, local firefighters will collect donations of unwrapped toys for local children in need.
The program allows Denny's customers and employees to select "angel" ornaments from in-restaurant Christmas Trees and purchase gifts of new clothing and toys for local children and families who might otherwise go without.