Eastside Fire & Rescue asks for community help with toy donations

This year’s Reindeer Engine Toy Drive will be covid-safe with a drive through event.

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This weekend Eastside Fire & Rescue hosts its annual Reindeer Engine Toy Drive.

On Saturday Dec. 18, EF&R will be posted at Eastside Fire & Rescue Headquarters on 175 Newport Way NW in Issaquah to accept donations.

Eastside Firefighters and staff will be collecting toy donations to benefit Baby Corner. Baby Corner is an Issaquah non-profit that connects thousands of children and mothers with essentials, including baby food, clothing, books, toys, car seats and diapers.

Baby Corner helps children by providing essential care, safety, and health goods for children, from birth through age 12, who are living in poverty or experiencing homelessness or family disruption. Baby Corner reaches kids and families in the central Puget Sound region through a collaborative network of human service, education, and health providers. Baby Corner has locations in Issaquah, Kenmore and Bremerton. To learn more, visit babycorner.org


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