This vacation season will probably be a major one for a lot of households.
Chief Rental desires to proceed to assist households in want within the Nashville space with its annual Stuff the Truck toy drive. The particular occasion – set for Dec. 10 – will profit the Metro Police Christmas Charities, a nonprofit charity that has served Davidson County since 1961. Final yr, it acquired greater than 600 toys.
“Stuff the Truck was began a few years in the past, and I may see immediately how Chief Rental may assist give again to the neighborhood that we do enterprise with,” stated Mark Harrington, proprietor of Chief Rental. “We wish to assist make this one of the best Christmas ever and wrap up a really tough and worrying yr on a constructive observe.”
Anybody searching for methods to donate this yr can take into account donating a brand new, unwrapped toy for kids 12 and youthful. Toy donations could be dropped off through the occasion by way of a drive-thru toy donation station. For anybody who desires to stay across the out of doors occasion from 11 a.m. till 6 p.m., it is going to characteristic barbecue, a deejay, music, prizes and a go to from Santa – all following COVID-19 tips for security. The occasion will happen at 2817 Azalea Place in Nashville.
The extra donated, the higher the possibility at profitable a prize. There will probably be raffles for an Ion Transportable Bluetooth Speaker, a 70-inch Vizio tv with wall mount and tickets to see the Dancing Lights of Christmas.
The Metro Police Christmas Charities is a nonprofit charity that has served Davidson County since 1961. Annually, households are chosen based mostly on suggestions from cops. Every household receives 4 1-bushel baskets of groceries, and youngsters obtain toys. On Christmas Eve morning, staff of the division arrive early to ship the hampers. This has grow to be a Christmas custom for a lot of police households. Study extra at nashville.gov/Police-Department/Community-Programs/Christmas-Charities.aspx.