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Friday, December 01, 2017

St. Alban's holiday toy drive has begun

This holiday season, Arbor condo, the Coconut Grove Chamber of Commerce and the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District have teamed up for the 10th Annual Toy Drive benefiting the children of St. Alban’s Child Enrichment Center. 

From now through December 13, they will be collecting new, unwrapped toys for children ages 1-5. Stop by the Arbor sales gallery, or one of the other participating drop off locations, to donate and help make the holidays a little brighter for the children of St. Alban’s. 

Located on Booker Street in Coconut Grove, St. Alban’s provides a safe, supportive and loving environment that promotes learning and allows children to achieve their fullest potential. St. Alban’s quality, comprehensive child care program and family services instill a positive impact not only on the children, but also on the families and the surrounding community. The Coconut Grove center currently serves 150 children, including preschoolers, toddlers, and infants. For more information, visit: http://www.stalbanschildcare.org/

Drop off locations include the Arbor sales gallery at 3034 Oak Avenue, Coconut Grove Chamber of Commerce office in Cocowalk, the Arts Festival Office on Mary Street, the Coconut Grove BID office on Mary Street, and Yacht Harbour Coconut Grove at 2901 S. Bayshore Drive.

For reference, a breakdown of the children’s ages and the number of children in each particular age group is provided below.

Following the toy drive, representatives will deliver the toys to St. Alban’s on Friday, Dec. 15th.

Coconut Grove Center: 135 Total Children

Boys Age 1 - 3 / Boys Age 2  - 4 / Boys Age 3 - 17 / Boys Age 4 - 34 / Boys Age 5 - 9

Girls Age 1 – 5 / Girls Age 2 - 6 / Girls Age 3 - 29 / Girls Age 4 - 21 / Girls Age 5 - 7

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