UPDATE: ALL Toys For Tots Orders Ready For Pickup! - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

UPDATE: ALL Toys For Tots Orders Ready For Pickup!

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UPDATE: ALL orders at Toys for Tots are ready for pickup! Happy Holidays!

UPDATE: Online Orders: 1-900 are ready for pickup. For those of you who ordered by phone: Orders 1-3,500 are now ready for pickup. The warehouse is located at 3830 E. Boone.

TOYS FOR TOTS:

KHQ.COM - It's that time of year again and Toys For Tots needs volunteers! The holidays are right around the corner and Toys For Tots have opened their call center!

Toys For Tots provides toys and gifts to thousands of local children every year. So many families are in need of assistance to provide toys and gifts for their children at Christmas and Toys For Tots is run strictly by volunteers.

If you think you would be able to volunteer, even just a couple hours a week, please email Sami Neal with the Salvation Army at: Sami.Neal@USW.SalvationArmy.org or, if you are unable to email her, you can call her at (575) 562-9277 >>>> THAT NUMBER IS ONLY FOR VOLUNTEERS TO CALL.

The Toys For Tots call center will be open from then through the month of November, Monday-Friday from 8:30am-4:30pm. The call center is closed on weekends and holidays. This year Toys For Tots has a new location: 3830 E Boone Ave, Spokane.

CALL CENTER NUMBERS FOR TOYS FOR TOTS:

509-216-3357

509-216-5093

509-216-3323

509-216-3390

509-217-1878

509-216-3572

509-217-1350

509-216-3465

509-216-3357

For more information you can also go to their website http://bit.ly/HK97Q2The

Warehouse is now located at 3830 E. Boone http://bit.ly/1hNCkI1

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