OHIO COUNTY, W.Va. (WTRF) – Christmas is quickly approaching, and with an unsure economic system and a attainable toy scarcity this yr, two native organizations are teaming up to ensure children have presents on Christmas morning.
The Home of the Carpenter and the Ohio Valley Road Survivors Automotive Membership held their nineteenth annual toy drive tonight. The toys shall be going to native children that signed up final month, together with many others within the space which may not get presents this yr with out some assist.
However sponsors and donations are nonetheless wanted.
“Up to now we’re doing pretty nicely, we nonetheless have fairly a number of youngsters that want sponsors, however as you’ll be able to inform this was an outstanding occasion. That is greater than I might have hoped for, as a result of final yr we did have a smaller turnout.”
Michelle Lucarelli, Affiliate Director of the Home of the Carpenter
I feel the automotive membership persons are fairly beneficiant to begin with. I feel that is probably the most quantity of toys we’ve had.”
Invoice Sandiford, President, Ohio Valley Road Survivors
You’ll be able to be taught extra by going to http://houseofthecarpenter.com, and you’ll try the Ohio Valley Road Survivors Automotive Membership on Fb.