SALEM, New Hampshire — Chief Joel Dolan is pleased to share that the Salem Police Department is holding a toy drive this Friday.
Friday, Dec. 11 from 12-4 p.m.
Walmart at 326 N Broadway, Salem NH
Draper Tree Service
The Salem Police Department has partnered with Draper Tree Service to collect new, unwrapped toys this Friday for local children and families facing hardships.
The donations will benefit Toys for Tots, a foundation started by the U.S. Marine Corps that works to collect gifts for children in need during the holidays.
“The Toys for Tots initiative is a wonderful effort to spread joy and brighten the holidays for local families, and we’re pleased to be taking part this year,” Capt. Jason Smith said. “We’re also thankful to be partnering with Draper Tree Service and Walmart on this effort.”
Unwrapped toys are also being accepted at the Salem Police Station on Veterans Memorial Parkway until Dec. 15.Residents are reminded they must wear a mask and practice social distancing any time they visit the station amid the ongoing pandemic.
The toy drive was initially scheduled to take place on Saturday, Dec. 5, but was postponed due to inclement weather.