Kewaunee County 2020 Toys For Tots Information

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Toys For Tots Kewaunee County

Run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve, Toys for Tots is a program which distributes toys to children whose parents cannot afford to buy them gifts for Christmas. The program was founded in 1947 by reservist Major Bill Hendricks.

It is time once again for the Toys for Tots campaign. Toys will be collected at dozens of businesses across Kewaunee County. Consider dropping off new, unwrapped toys to help brighten the holidays for local families in need.

Drop-off boxes are scheduled to be at all locations soon.

The 2020 Kewaunee County Toys for Tots donation locations are:

Algoma: Algoma True Value Hardware* (521 4th St.) Seiler Tire* (1404 Jefferson St.), FishTale Ale House* (530 4th St.), Algoma Medical Center & Long Term Care* (1510 Fremont St.), Door County Medical Center Algoma Clinic* (815 Jefferson St.),  Autum’s Journey Assisted Living , and Dairy Dean’s Family Restaurant.

Casco: Village Kitchen* (101 Old Orchard Ave.)

Dyckesville: Bank of Luxemburg* (E166 County Hwy S.)

Kewaunee: Vollrath, Center Court Convenience, Kewaunee Fabrications, Dollar General, Paradise Estates, Kunkel’s Korner, Jorn’s Chevrolet, Kewaunee Fitness, and Pagel’s Ponderosa Dairy.

Luxemburg: Lemens Hardware, Simonar Shell, Bank of Luxemburg, Nicolet Bank*, Krohn’s Dairy Store, Rice Engineering, and Fox Community Credit Union.

Rio Creek: Rio Creek Country Store* (E4351 County Road K)

Tisch Mills: L & L One Stop.

*=Algoma Area Chamber of Commerce member

The distribution will be held at Holy Rosary Church 521 Juneau St. in Kewaunee, WI  on Saturday December 19, 2020, from 1:00 to 4:00 PM.

Registration TO Receive Toys Is Required

Kewaunee County Toys for Tots is for children 16 and under and Kewaunee County residents only.

Required registration for Kewaunee County 2020 Toys for Tots will be done by phone November 2 – December 16, 2020.

Please contact Deanne at (920) 388-7160 between the hours of 8:00-4:30 Monday through Friday to register.

Once registered and before distribution, families are to go to the Kewaunee County Public Health office, 810 Lincoln St. in Kewaunee, and provide the following:

  1. Picture ID for ALL adults in the household
  2. Proof of current address (rent receipt, utility bill, recently postmarked mail)
  3. Birth certificate or other verification of birth dates for ALL children in the household (birth certificate, shot record, birth announcement)

If a translator is needed please let them know.

For more information on this year’s program, please contact: Matt Joski (920) 388-7177 or send an email to Joski.matt@kewauneeco.org.

 

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