Toy Mountain 2019
For many, Christmas morning brings back fond memories.
Your donation to CTV Barrie’s Toy Mountain, in partnership with Tilemaster, will help hundreds of children build a mountain of memories of their own.
A new unwrapped toy, gift card or cash donation will make Christmas brighter for families who use the services of Simcoe Muskoka Family Connexions.
Beginning on Nov. 18 to Dec. 20, drop your unwrapped gift at CTV Barrie, located at 33 Beacon Road, during regular business hours Monday through Friday, or at the Tilemaster location in Barrie.
You can also drop off donations at 104.1 The Dock at 355 Cranston Crescent in Midland or Pure Country 106 at 25 Ontario Street in Orillia.
And for those wishing to drop off toys in the Muskoka area, you can head to Kubota North at 1677 Winhara Drive in Gravenhurst.
Let’s give the kids a Christmas to remember!
Toy Mountain Drop Off Locations
CTV Barrie, 33 Beacon Road, Barrie
PURE COUNTRY 106, 25 Ontario Street, Orillia
104.1 The Dock, 355 Cranston Crescent, Midland
Tilemaster, 79 Anne Street, Barrie
Kubota North, 1677 Winharra Road, Gravenhurst
Harvey’s Orillia, 370 Memorial Drive, Orillia
Thursday, December 19th, 3 p-m to 7 p-m
BMC-Barrie Colts Game
555 Bayview Drive
Costco Orillia donates to Toy Mountain
Thank you to the employees of Costco Orillia, who pooled their money together to fill this big box with toys for Toy Mountain.
It was delivered to PURE COUNTRY 106 Wednesday.
Hohoho! We delivered donations from our Stuff The Command Post toy drive for #ToyMountain @CTVBarrieNews to @SMFConnexions & gifts literally spilled out of our vehicle! Thank you to all who helped make some Christmas magic for about 1500 families in #Bradford #Innisfil. pic.twitter.com/3VWEeuBQgc— South Simcoe Police (@SouthSimcoePS) November 25, 2019
Shout out to our incredibly generous #Innisfil #Bradford residents who helped Stuff the Command Post this weekend! We are delivering your toy donations to @SMFConnexions today. Thank you for #MakingADifference! @SSPAuxiliary @CTVBarrieNews #ToyMountain pic.twitter.com/MMAFdpbivm— South Simcoe Police (@SouthSimcoePS) November 25, 2019