Assemblyman Ken Zebrowski’s (D-New City) 94th District office will serve as a drop-off location for Toys for Tots this holiday season. New, unwrapped toy donations can be brought to his district office at on the second floor of 67 North Main Street in New City.
“Any donation to this wonderful program goes a long way. Even one toy can help make a positive impact on a child’s holiday,” Zebrowski said. “The chance for a needy child to unwrap a present this holiday season makes all the difference.”
This marks the sixth year Zebrowski’s office participated in the annual holiday toy drive started by United States Marine Corps Major Bill Hendricks in 1947. The United States Marine Corps Reserve and Marine Toys for Tots charity foundation run the Toys for Tots Program. Over the last 63 years, the program distributed more than 400 million toys to more than 188 million needy children.
Zebrowski said supporting the program was important.
“The impact this program has on kids across the nation is immeasurable,” said Zebrowski. “Last year we received tremendous support from our residents in Rockland and I am confident this year will be no different.”
His office is open from 9 a.m. to 5 pm., Monday through Friday.
To find more drop-off locations, request a toy for your child or for someone else, or to become a Toys for Tots volunteer, please visit www.toysfortots.org. The assemblyman’s office can also be contacted if there are questions at 845-634-9791