News10NBC’s 4th-annual Toys for Tots Holiday Drive kicks off: How you can help

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — It’s the most wonderful time of the year! It’s a time where you can help make it the most wonderful time for a child in need this coming holiday season.

Wednesday morning kicked off the fourth-annual Toys for Tots Holiday Drive! News10NBC has partnered with the Marine Corps Reserve to bring in new, unwrapped toys for kids and teens, from newborns to 17-year-olds.

Now through Dec. 19, you’ll see drop-off boxes all around our community, with primary drop-off locations at Quicklee’s Convenience Stores. A full list of locations can be found here.

News10NBC Reporter Emily Putnam provided live coverage Wednesday morning to break down what the drive truly means, and how you can help.

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Check out this clip, where Emily speaks with Jason Tifel, with Toys for Tots, as they talk about the drive’s impact on a child’s life, and the tradition of the organization itself.

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News10NBC Anchor Nikki Rudd took up the mantle Wednesday evening. You can watch her coverage below:

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More information can be found here.