Friday is final day for Toys for Tots drive, which has raised 95,000 toys so far
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Friday is the final day of the News10NBC Toys for Tots Holiday Drive, which seeks to spread cheer by giving toys to children in need.
As of Friday morning, the drive has raised 95,000 toys which is just shy of this year’s goal of 100,000. This is the sixth year of the annual drive.
You can drop off new, unwrapped toys for children ranging from newborns to age 16 in collection boxes until the end of the day. There are dozens of participating locations across the region including every Quicklee’s convenience store in Monroe County. You can see a full list here. You can also donate a toy online or request a toy on the website for Toys for Tots.
News10NBC TODAY was live at the Quicklee’s convenience store on Culver Road this week with an update on the progress and how the drive impacts children.