Toys-for-Tots Expands; Sign-Ups Start November 1 - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Toys-for-Tots Expands; Sign-Ups Start November 1

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SPOKANE, Wash. – Authorities with Toys-For-Tots announced a partnership with the Salvation Army's Christmas Angel program, saying the move will allow them to serve more families across the Inland Northwest.

Toys-for-Tots handed out more than 14,000 toys last year to families that cannot afford to buy gifts during the holiday season.

Families in need can register for help starting November 1, about a month earlier than previous years.

To register for toys by telephone, call one of the following numbers Monday through Friday:

(509) 216-3323

(509) 216-3357

(509) 216-3390

(509) 216-3429

(509) 216-3465

(509) 216-3572

For information about donating toys, including a list of drop-off locations, visit http://spokane-wa.toysfortots.org

Donations can also be dropped-off at KHQ-TV, 1201 West Sprague in Spokane.

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