MEDFORD, Ore. — Tuesday is the last day for NewsWatch 12 and the Salvation Army's "Season for Sharing" drive, and members of the community can still make a huge difference in the lives of local kids by donating new, unwrapped toys or non-perishable food items.
We're seeking 600 more toy donations to finish off the season strong!
Drop-off bins are located at Walmart locations throughout Southern Oregon — although new toys and food can be brought in to those stores from other destinations as well.
The goal of Season for Sharing is to provide Christmas toys and a holiday meal for local families who otherwise would not have the means to provide those things themselves.
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