Toll Brothers Hosting September Collection Drive for Covenant House

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Many Toll Brothers luxury home communities nationwide are participating in a collection drive to support the homeless youth of Covenant House.

This collection drive will provide us with practical necessities our kids desperately need. It will also show our kids that people care, which is a lifesaving message for a homeless kid.

During the month of September, Toll Brothers, the nation’s leading builder of luxury homes, is holding a collection drive at many communities nationwide to support the homeless youth of Covenant House. Covenant House provides shelter and care while supporting kids to strive for a better future.

“Every day homeless kids come into our shelters across the country with nothing but the clothes on their backs,” said Covenant House President Kevin Ryan. “This collection drive will provide us with practical necessities our kids desperately need. It will also show our kids that people care, which is a lifesaving message for a homeless kid. We are very grateful to Toll Brothers for organizing this nationwide show of support for our kids,” he added.

Toll Brothers’ September 2012 collection drive will not only provide essential clothing and home items, but Toll Brothers will also assist in obtaining professional clothing to help Covenant House youth with job interviews that will allow them to be self sufficient, financially independent, and have a life off the streets.

“This is just a small way that we can work with our neighbors and partners to give back to those in need within our local communities,” said Chris Gaffney, Toll Brothers Group President and member of the Covenant House Board of Directors.

For directions to a local Toll Brothers sales center drop-off location, please visit TollBrothers.com to find a participating community. Items being collected include adult coats, sneakers, jeans, sweaters, pajamas, professional clothing for young men and women, blankets, pillows, towels, twin sheet sets.

Founded in 1972, Covenant House provides transitional housing, crisis counseling, and much more in 21 cities throughout the United States, Canada, and Central America. They provide a hearty meal, a warm bed, a safe shelter, and numerous services such as street outreach, health and medical care, high school diploma and vocational training, drug abuse treatment and prevention, mother/child services, and much more.

Toll Brothers, Inc. became a public company in 1986. Its common stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "TOL." The Company serves move-up, empty-nester, active-adult, and second-home buyers and operates nationwide.

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