Postal Service Letter Carriers Collecting Toys Left At Mailboxes This Saturday, December 7
|What:||Postal Service letter carriers will collect new, unwrapped toys left by customers’ mailboxes to brighten the holidays for less fortunate children.|
|When:||Saturday, December 7|
|Where:||All Post Office Customers in the Suncoast District; IncludesZIP Codes Beginning With First Three Digits:321, 327, 328, 329, 335, 336, 337, 338, 339, 341, 342, 346 and 347
Customers are asked to leave new, unwrapped toys by their mailboxes. Letter carriers will collect the toys as they deliver mail along their routes. Toys should be left by the mailbox before the carriers’ regular delivery time. Customers wishing to donate toys after their carrier has delivered on their route may bring the toys to their local Post Office.
|Who:||Postal Service Letter Carriers and U.S. Marines CorpBackground
Postal Service Letter Carriers, in support of the Marine Toys For Tots Foundation (http://www.toysfortots.org/default.aspx), will collect toys left at mailboxes as they deliver mail on Saturday, December 7. Toys may also be dropped off at Post Offices. The new, unwrapped toys will help brighten the holidays for less fortunate children.