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Area Businesses Offering Deals For Toys For Toys Donation

SPOKANE, Wash. - While Toys for Tots is still several thousand toys short of filling all orders, numerous area businesses and schools are pitching in to help raise money or donations for Toys for Tots. Please consider giving them your business and brighten Christmas morning for a young child in our area!   

Here are just some of the businesses were we made aware of on our KHQ Facebook page:

  • Emporio Bridal in Northtown Mall is giving an extra discount when you donate a toy.
  • Glen Dow Academy is giving free haircuts through the 20th with a toy donation.
  • Marine Corps League is hosting a Spaghetti Feed Fri. at VFW Post 51 from 4:30-7:30  
  • Big Daddy's Belly Deli at 3818 North Nevada is collecting toys. 
  • Harmon Auto Glass is doing rock chip repairs for $10 if you bring in a new toy worth $10 on Fridays!!
  • Baby Bump Bargains at 8623 N. Division is giving 10% off purchases with a donated toy.
  • Grub & More Restaurant in Elk is donating ALL (100%) profits to Toys for Tots this Sunday the 11th. They will serving breakfast from 7am-noon. 39115 N. Newport Hwy.  
  • Sears marketing is selling hot dogs, cotton candy and pop for a dollar apiece with all proceeds go to Toys for Tots and the company is matching every dollar!! It's located right next to the E.V. School Dist. admin. building on Pines just south of Trent.  
  • Friday night the CdA Skate Plaza is doing a Christmas food and toy drive from 6:30-10:00. Free admission with 3 or more cans of food or 1 new unwrapped toy. Skate rentals are $1.50 and inlines $3.00 Sponsored by Kootenai Fire & Rescue at Dalton Ave. (208) 772-9507.
  • 5th Graders at Mullan Trail Elementary are collecting for Toys for Tots.
  • Applebee's in Coeur d'Alene has its Tree of Sharing. 208-762-1000. 
  • Mullan Trail Elementary in Post Falls is collecting Toys for Tots.
  • Zipline Interactive is dropping off toys and cash today.
  • A big salute to all the people and businesses who are helping out! We can do this!     

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