JERSEY CITY, NJ - Pointing to the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic Jersey City officials have said that they are expanding their calls for donations for what will be Jersey City’s 24th annual toy drive.
“We’re hopeful that those who can give will help us bring holiday cheer to the children of Jersey City,” City Spokesperson Kimberly Wallace Scalcione said in an email. Those wishing to donate new, unwrapped toys (ages 1-12 years old), are asked to bring donations to the Resident Response Center, located in City Hall. The last day for drop off is Monday, November 30.
The goal is to reach as many children as possible in Jersey City to make their Holiday Season joyful with donated toys handed out to pre-registered families during the third week of December.
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