SSGT Adam Najar of the Toys for Tots Dauphin County southwest division stopped by Daybreak to answer some frequently asked questions about the annual drive.
He said they are only collecting toys until December 10. Gifts must be new and unwrapped. His area serves at least 30,000 children and they try to give each child two toys and two stocking stuffers. He said they are especially in need of toys for girls, ages 6 to 9, this year. There is a huge drop-off event at the Capital City Mall this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Watch the video to learn more about how you can help a child celebrate this holiday season.