Farmington Hills Police, Fire partner with Toys for Tots

The Farmington Hills Police and Fire Departments will serve as drop-off sites for the Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots campaign, collecting new and unwrapped toys in original packaging for children in need.

Farmington Hills Toys for Tots
Pictured from left: Police Officer Kevin Clark, Firefighter Jennifer Chesney, Senior Firefighter Robin Chevrette, Senior Firefighter Colin Brennan, Fire Lieutenant Donald Schinske, K9 Police Officer Ryan Yudt, Police Officer Ryan Zarras, and Police K9 Dozer (City of Farmington Hills)

Donations may be dropped off through noon on Friday, December 13 to the Police Department located at 31655 W. 11 Mile Road or to Fire Department Headquarters located at 31455 W. 11 Mile Road.

Founded in 1947, this national charitable program provides happiness and hope to disadvantaged children during each Christmas holiday season. Last year, Toys for Tots fulfilled the holiday hopes and dreams of seven million less fortunate children in 792 communities nationwide.

For more information on the Toys for Tots Program, visit toysfortots.org or call Assistant Police Chief Dan Rodriguez, 248-871-2629.