FLEMINGTON, N.J. - Chabad of Hunterdon County is holding its annual Holiday Toy Drive, where new toys are being collected to be distributed to underprivileged children and families in Hunterdon through the United Way’s Helping Hands Project.
All toys that are collected are distributed to families in Hunterdon. You can bring the joy of the holiday season to a child in your community by donating a toy today.
“It is important to remember those that are going through a rough time during the holiday season,” said Rabbi Eli Kornfeld, who is Executive Director of Chabad of Hunterdon County. “Chabad is proud to partner with United Way of Hunterdon for the 11th year in a row. We want to make sure that all members in the community can experience the joy and happiness of the holidays.”
Unwrapped new toys can be dropped off at: Flemington Department Store, Hunterdon Medical Center, Chabad of Hunterdon County (90 Beaver Ave. in Clinton), Hunterdon Health and Wellness Center in Clinton and Unity Bank in Clinton and Whitehouse. The drive runs from now through Dec. 20.
Here are this year’s most requested toys:
- Legos (all ages, but especially for 8-14 year olds)
- LOL Surprise
- Learning tables
- Walkie Talkies
- Science Kits
- Animatronic Pets
- Nail Polish (teen or pre-teen)
- Dinosaur/Paw Patrol Toys
- Baby/Toddler Educational Toys
- General baby/toddler supplies (bottles, bibs, cups, bowls, diapers, wipes)
- Superhero/Princess Dolls
- Kitchen toy set
- Scooter/toddler bike
- Bed sets/sheet sets
- Watch (teen)
- Wallet (teen)
- Any Gift Cards