Donate Toys in Ridgewood

baord-gamesHere’s the best re-gifting you can do. You know all those unopened board games and craft kits cluttering up your closet from the kids’ birthdays? Regift them to someone who might otherwise, not get a gift. The Social Services Association is collecting new unwrapped toys and are affiliated with several organizations in in the area who always have a great need.  Social Service Asso RidgewoodSocial Services Association serves Glen Rock, HoHoKus, Midland Park, Ridgewood, Waldwick and Wyckoff.   Unwrapped, new toys.

New, unwrapped toys can be dropped off at their office: 6 Station Plaza, Ridgewood, NJ  07452 next to the Ridgewood Train Station (look for the red door). through Wednesday, December 7, 9am – 3pm. 

Social Services Association201-444-2980.


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