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SID spreads holiday joy with toy drive

The Special Investigations Department (SID) has been busy again this holiday season collecting toys to donate to toy drives in the Columbus area. Spreading joy to children in need has become a tradition in SID and is now in its eighth year.IMG_0125

“The Holiday season presents opportunities to help those less fortunate in our community,” says Director of Special Investigations Rick Gregory. “Once again, members of our department donated cash, toys and their personal time to support another toy drive. Our employees know the power of giving and enthusiastically donate to ensure children in our area have a happy holiday when otherwise they would not.”

Join the generosity!

For those in the Columbus area, you still have an opportunity to contribute toys. Join us at the NBC4 Firefighters 4 Kids Toy Drive on Saturday, December 14 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. All Columbus fire stations will also accept toy donations until December 24. Visit the Firefighters For Kids website for more details.

The Marine Toys for Tots program has collection sites located throughout Columbus. Visit the Toys For Tots website for donation locations.

In addition, SID is donating $500 to Franklin County Children’s Services (FCCS) Holiday Wish program for gifts to children under the care of FCCS who might not otherwise receive any. Visit the website to grant a child’s holiday wish or to learn more about the program.

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