Before you know it, Christmas will be here. Where has the time go? And with how fast time is slipping by, let's help kids BE KIDS while they still can! And you can help do just that by helping out Toys for Tots. Donate a new toy for a child or younger teen or something else like sporting equipment (balls, bags, PPE), children’s books, backpacks, games, cosmetic accessories etc. Or, a cash donation is always accepted.

Where Can I Drop Off My Toys For Tots Donation?

There are many drop-off locations throughout the valley. Still, in an effort to make sure every child receives at least one toy under the tree this Christmas, our local Edward Jones Financial Advisors are teaming up with Toys for Tots to help with the collection of toys this holiday season. You can swing by any of your local Edward Jones Financial Advisors (Listed below in no particular order) and donate a new, unwrapped toy to Toys for Tots.

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1. Edward Jones – Financial Advisors Gailon Gentry & Kameron Williams – 5615A Summitview Avenue in Chalet Place, in Yakima

2. Edward Jones – Financial Advisor Brian C Rafferty - 406 S 1st Street Suite 3, in Selah

3. Edward Jones - Financial Advisor Max Staples - 3904 Terrace Heights Drive Suite B., in Yakima

4. Edward Jones - Financial Advisor Alicia A Meissner - 4710 Summitview Suite 102, in Yakima

5. Edward Jones - Financial Advisor Jeremy R Kelley - 3913 Creekside Loop Suite B, in Yakima

6. Edward Jones - Financial Advisor Scott D. Holt - 4001 Summitview Ave Suite 23, in Yakima

7. Edward Jones – Financial Advisor Andy Lucero - 2401 S. 1st Street Suite 112 in Union Gap

8. Edward Jones - Financial Advisors Gary Lackey & Courtney Beckler - 3907 Castlevale Road Suite 200, in Yakima

9. Edward Jones – Financial Advisor Evan Fischer – 6411 West Nob Hill Boulevard Suite 100 in Yakima

For more about the Toys For Tots Program, check out, and thank you for making a child’s Christmas a little brighter.

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Townsquare Media / John Taylor


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