There is something for everyone under The Salvation Army Christmas tree! From toys that make noise to dolls and cowboys, help Santa give gifts to more than 700 families this holiday season.
Batteries.com is making it even easier to do the most good this year. Help deliver AA 4 packs of Energizer batteries to The Salvation Army Toy Shop. Batteries.com wants to donate 500 packs of AA batteries, and they need your help! Simply add the batteries to your cart when visiting the Batteries.com website, and they will make the delivery!
The Salvation Army’s Toy Shop is an annual event benefiting lower income working families at Christmas time. Through the generosity of people like you, thousands of toys are collected in the months leading up to Christmas. After Santa checks his list twice, qualified families are given an appointment to visit The Salvation Army Toy Shop. Participants and volunteers work hand in hand to make sure children have toys, stocking stuffers, and a gift card for a holiday meal. Last year, 1,716 children received gifts from The Salvation Army Toy Shop.
Donate batteries to The Salvation Army Toy Shop by adding a 4 pack of AA Energizer batteries to your cart. All batteries will be donated to ensure the electronic gifts are in working order. Toy collections run through November and December, with distribution on December 15.
Batteries.com is a leading online battery superstore: a complete store and information site that encourages consumers to purchase products essential to their mobile lifestyle. Since opening for business in September of 1999, Batteries.com has continued to strive towards being the ultimate battery source.
Giving through The Salvation Army is a great way to give back to your community. Please consider joining Batteries.com in doing the most good.
Mel McMahon is the Corporate Relations Coordinator for The Salvation Army. To find out how your company can donate time, treasure, and talents through Salvation Army programs and services, call her at (317) 224-1019 or email her, [email protected]