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Westfield Allstate Insurance Agency Collecting Toys for Needy Families

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Ron Bansky and Associates Allstate Insurance Agency is collecting new and gently used toys for Furniture Assist.
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WESTFIELD, NJ — Ron Bansky and Associates Allstate Insurance Agency is once again collecting new and gently used toys this season for local children in need. Toys will be donated to Furniture Assist, a Springfied-based volunteer organization that provides families in need with everything required to furnish their homes.

"We've been helping out Furniture Assist with their toy drive for a few years now,” owner Ron Bansky said. “When I spoke with their president he mentioned they are very low on toys this year. With the holidays right around the corner, we're really hoping we can help them provide toys to the local families who also count on them for furnishings."

Toys will be accepted during office hours at 519 South Ave. until Dec. 16, then at the agency’s new location at 502 East Broad St. from Dec. 17 until Dec. 31.

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Learn more about Furniture Assist at www.furnitureassist.com

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