The Chatham Police Department are having their annual Holiday Toy Drive to benefit childrens centers in local area hospitals and for victims of Hurricane Sandy in southern New Jersey.
Scott Herchick who is the president of Chatham Township PBA No. 170, said in past years the PBA has donated toys to Mountainside Hospital, Morristown Memorial Hospital and Overlook Hospital. This year they hope to collect enough toys to also give to families in the state that were affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Any residents who wish to donate toys can bring unwrapped toys or gifts to the Chatham Township Police Department along Southern Boulevard between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, now through Monday, Dec. 17.
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