Toy Drive 2014 – Santa’s Little Helpers

With December coming to a close, our annual Toy Drive has once again come to an end. Yesterday, our office was delighted to invite representatives from the Toronto Police 32nd Division to collect the donations from our office. Wearing their blue uniforms, they have shown us that Santa’s helpers are not always limited to the garb of red and green. The officers were ecstatic to see that the local community had indeed banded together in order to provide many deserving and underprivileged children with a Christmas they will not soon forget.

The toys that were collected today at our office will be making their way to the Chum City Wish Foundation, where they will be distributed to the local children of Toronto. It is always important to support a community that supports us in return. What better way to support a community than providing the children of our community with hope and happiness during the holiday season?

We would like to take the time to thank all of those who were able to contribute to our Toy Drive this year, with special thanks to Property Stars (Mississauga Division),  for their generous contribution. We would also like to give a special thank you to the Toronto Police 32nd  division for collecting and transporting all of the toys. Without your help, our collective donation would not have been possible. Thank you for proving that the Christmas Spirit is still thriving in our community.

For more pictures of our toy drive, please feel free to visit  any of our various social media outlets, the links to which may be found below.

On behalf of Shulman Law Firm, I would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season!

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