polo sweat suits Glendale Firefighters in Need of Items for Holiday Toy and Clothing Drive
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Glendale, AZ For the 16th straight year, Glendale Firefighters are working hard to collect items for the clothing and toy drive, which benefits children and families in need from the Glendale area. at the Target store located at 43 Avenue and Peoria Avenue, and Glendale Firefighters will be working incredibly hard to meet their goal of helping 500 families.
Firefighters are asking residents to donate new toys and new clothing for this effort. The items needed include socks, underwear, and jackets (for all ages),
plus blankets, pillows, and toys. The age group most in need is kids between the ages of six and 14. at the Target at 43 Avenue and Peoria Avenue. Also, drop off sites have been set up at all nine Glendale fire stations and the Glendale Fire Marshal Office. Those locations are:
Fire Station 151: 6851 North 52nd Ave.
Fire Station 152: 6850 W. Bethany Home Road
Fire Station 153: 14061 N. 59th Ave.
Fire Station 154: 4439 W. Peoria
Fire Station 155: 6255 W. Union Hills
Fire Station 156: 6801 W. Deer Valley
Fire Station 157: 9658 N. 59th Ave.
Fire Station 158: 6261 N. 83rd Ave.
Fire Station 159: 17159 N. 63rd Ave.
Glendale Fire Marshall Office: 6829 N. 58th Drive (during business hours)
The new clothes and new toys will go to families who are part of a particular wish list from schools in the city of Glendale, as provided by the schools nurses and social workers. Last year, Glendale Firefighters assisted more than 450 families and collected more than $60,000 worth of new clothing and toys for Glendale families.