Halloween is out and the Holidays are in!

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Although it is not quite ‘beginning to look a lot like Christmas’, it certainly is the time of year when we start thinking about the Holiday Season. I know many people want to push the thought of Holiday shopping and planning out of their minds for a few more days, but let’s face it, as soon a Halloween is over, every single store goes through this ‘magical’ transition overnight. We go to bed after a night of Halloween fun and when we wake up, BAM we are all in a Holiday winter wonderland, whether we are ready or not.

At Shulman Law Firm, we are ready. To help usher in the Holiday Season, today we are launching our third Annual Toy Drive in coordination with the 32nd division of the Toronto Police. It’s our goal to get people thinking about the Holidays now. The Holiday Season can be the most wonderful time of the year, but for many it’s a time when they are reminded of how little they really have. The more time we have to collect toys, the greater number of smiles we can make this Holiday Season (which really is the greatest gift of all).

We have begun collecting toys today at both of our office locations. We will continue collecting toys until the date of December 4th, when they will all be donated to The Chum City Christmas Wish Foundation.

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