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Livingston Youth & Community Services Holiday Drive Ends Friday

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LIVINGSTON, NJ – There is still time to participate in the 2017 Livingston Youth & Community Services (LYCS) Leaders “Toys 4 Tots” holiday drive, which ends on Dec. 15. 

Those who would like to donate should drop off toys at any of the following collection locations: Livingston Town Hall, the Livingston Senior/Community Center (first and second levels), Heritage Middle School, Livingston High School and the Livingston Public Library.

Donated gifts can either be wrapped, with a label affixed to the box to specify gender (boy/girl/unisex) and age range, or left unwrapped.

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The Mental Health Association of Essex County (MHAEC) will distribute the toys collected in time for the holidays to help brighten up the holidays for children who are homeless, in foster care, and most in need.

The Toys 4 Tots drive is sponsored by the students in the LYCS Leaders program, the Heritage Middle School Student Council, and the Livingston High School Community Action Club, along with the Livingston Health Department. Forms are available for tax-deductible donations.

For more information, contact LYCS at lycs@livingstonnj.org or 973-535-7925 ext. 703.

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