MEDFORD, Ore.-- There is only one week left in our toy and food drive, and the Salvation Army needs your help.
It plans to donate brand new toys to 1800 kids but is short of the donations needed for 300 children in Jackson County.
The Salvation Army says this shortage specifically impacts boys and girls age 6-to-17.
It's asking you for things like bikes, skateboards, scooters, and gifts for teens. The toys are needed by Monday, December 18th.
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