Campbell Chamber Partners with Santa Clara County Fire Department to Deliver Toys to Families in Need

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The Campbell Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a benefit night on December 1 to raise funds for their Community Toy Program.

Cambell Chamber Partners with Santa County Fire Department to Deliver Toys

This is one of the most rewarding projects that we are involved with

The Campbell Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a benefit night on December 1 to raise funds for their Community Toy Program. The event will be held at the Sonoma Chicken Coop in Downtown Campbell. The business community and members of Campbell Chamber show support to the project by supplying food and raffle prizes. The Police and Fire Unions also participate in the benefit by making generous donations.

The Campbell Community Toy Program serves more than 800 families during the holidays. They raise money and gather donated toys for the underprivileged children of Campbell and the children of the Eastfield Ming Quong Foundation. With the downturn in the economy the need is as great as ever. After the financial obligation of the Community Toy Program has been met, extra dollars are given to worthy community groups that benefit youth.

“This is one of the most rewarding projects that we are involved with,” says Neil Collins, CEO of Campbell Chamber of Commerce.

For more information on the Campbell Chamber of Commerce, call (408) 426-8720 or visit them online at http://www.campbellchamber.net. Campbell Chamber of Commerce is located at 1628
Campbell Avenue Campbell, CA 95008.

About Campbell Chamber of Commerce

The goal of the Campbell Chamber of Commerce is to promote the City of Campbell in all aspects, including its businesses and the community as a whole. They provide their members with innovative and easy to access programs, tools and opportunities to grow their business; from offering networking events,promotional opportunities and publicity, to supporting businesses through legislative advocacy.
The Chamber brings business together with government and community leaders to work together in a coalition to help the community thrive.

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Bethany LoCascio
Campbell Chamber of Commerce
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