The deadline for Town & Village’s annual toy drive benefitting Mount Sinai Beth Israel has been extended to December 21. This year the deadline for the drive was earlier than those of past drives (December 11), which was aimed to helping the hospital distribute the toys to the children it serves in a more timely fashion. However, T&V’s partners in this endeavor, CompassRock, Waterside Plaza management and M&T Bank, have generously allowed the use of their spaces for a longer period in order to accept additional donations.
At this time, toys and other gifts appropriate for kids up to 14 years old can be left at any of the following dropoff points:
Stuyvesant Town’s management office, 276 First Avenue in the First Avenue Loop
M&T Bank at the corner of First Avenue and East 23rd Street
Waterside, where donation boxes will be at the management office, 30 Waterside Plaza; the Health Club, 35 Waterside Plaza; and the Community Center, 40 Waterside Plaza
Town & Village office, 20 West 22nd Street, Suite 1503, between Fifth and Sixth Avenues.
Due to hospital policy, all donated items must be new and unwrapped. All gifts are appreciated, though the highest need is gifts for older boys. Gifts from this drive go to children stuck spending their holidays in hospital rooms as well as families the hospital serves through its outpatient clinics, many of whom can’t afford to get presents for their children.
Town & Village would like to thank our partners on this project as well as our incredible readers who have donated already.