The Bluffton Sentry Management office is partnering with the Bluffton Police Department for a Christmas Toy drive this year. The items collected from the drive will go towards children of Beaufort County. Donate a new, unwrapped gift at the Sentry office November 1, 2018, through December 5, 2018, at 4454 Bluffton Park Crescent, Ste. 107, Bluffton, SC 29910.
ELEMENTARY (Age 5-8)
Books, Minecraft, Jurassic World Dinosaurs, Ever After, Monster High Dolls, Star Wars, Art Sets, Craft Sets, Soccer, Football, Basketball, Baseball Items, Legos/K’Nex, Lalaloopsy, My Little Pony, Hot Wheels/Action Figures (Spiderman, Iron Man, WWE) Current Pop Culture Items, Alvin & the Chipmunks, Board Games (Hungry-Hungry Hippo, Operation, Guess, Clue, Apples to Apples).
PRE-TEENS (Age 9-12)
Watches, Jewelry, Scarves, Curling Irons, Nail Polish, Straightening Irons, Makeup Kits, Bags, Purses, Sports Jerseys, Caps, Hats, Scarves, Wallets, Skateboards with Helmets, Bikes with Helmets, Sports Team Items, Sporting Goods, Fishing Pole, Bats, Balls, Books, Minecraft.
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