Toy/Game Donation Programs

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    Taxonomy Code: TI-1800.4500-900

    Programs that accept new or secondhand toys, games, puzzles and other similar items; repair them if necessary; and keep them for use in their own program or donate them to toy lending libraries, family shelters, foster care programs and other community-based organizations for distribution to the people they serve.

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    Community Groups - SEVA CommunityProvides community groups held the third Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. at the SEVA House: - Sessions are facilitated by a variety of presenters: UNC Speech Language students, Union Colony Music, High Plains Library District, SEVA Volunteers - Each child receives a new book and a new learning toy/game at each session - Funding is supported by the Littler Youth Fund, Community Foundation Weld CountySEVA CommunitySEVA Community
    Family Support Programs - Assistance League of PuebloProvides a variety of support services for children and their families, including: - Summer camp funds for boys and girls ages 7-17 who are financially unable to attend YMCA camps - Information for at-risk pregnant women and new mothers about the importance of literacy, with an emphasis on reading to the child - New school clothing for elementary school children in need - Stuffed bears for traumatized children - Scholarships to students from low-income families so they can continue their educationPueblo CountyThe Bargain BoxAssistance League of Pueblo
    Police Department - Town of MillikenProvides law enforcement services and maintains police records for the Town of Milliken. Also supports several community programs including: - Project ChildSafe - firearm safety education program and free gun lock safety kits (.22 caliber weapons and a size for larger caliber weapons) - National Night Out - crime and drug prevention event with free hot dogs, drinks, as well as events for children - Santa Cops - accepts donations to provide holiday gifts for childrenWeld CountyTown of MillikenTown of Milliken
    Sheriff's Department - Morgan CountyProvides public safety and law enforcement services for Morgan County. Also houses Morgan County Golden Stars, which coordinates volunteer opportunities and donations, such as Christmas gifts and children's coats, for children in the community. Donations of new items or cash are accepted. Donations go towards to the following: - Food - Blankets - Hygiene products - School supplies - Coats - Homecoming/Prom dresses - Clothing - Christmas items for the Christmas Referral Project - Military care packages - Lawn and home services for those who are physically unable to do the task for themselvesMorgan CountyMorgan CountyMorgan County

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