Long Island, NY (PRWEB) October 23, 2013
Toys of Hope does not have any paid employees or professional fund raisers. It does not maintain or pay for an office. Storage space for the toys, food and other items it collects has been graciously provided by a local building management company. One hundred percent of all money donated to this charity goes towards helping children and needy families. http://www.toysofhope.org/recognition.html
"Toys of Hope was instrumental in helping Long Islanders during Hurricane Sandy.
Immediately after the storm, Toys of Hope started collecting items and pulling supplies from their warehouse to help families in need. If your organization can in any way help shine light on this amazing charity event, we ask that you contribute what you can, so that this event can help the most kids and families possible, and become as successful of an event, as its cause deserves," said John Colascione, Founder and Managing Partner for Long Island Exchange Inc.
Attendees will enjoy a barbeque, silent raffle, food, drink and merriment. Food will be donated by: Dell'Amore Pizzeria & Spaghetti House, 3593 Bayview St, Seaford, NY 11783.
A $20 donation is required to ride.
Toys of Hope Founder Melissa Doktofsky, will be on hand to collect all donations.
For more information, please call Mr. Jed Appleby at (631) 592-4425 Ext. # 208 Office.
About Toys of Hope
Since 1994, the mission of Toys of Hope has been to provide toys, books, clothing, activities and other items to needy and homeless children and their families. Toys of Hope is a not for profit corporation registered with the State of New York and the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions are tax deductible.
For more information, please visit: http://www.toysofhope.org/news_media.html.