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Monaco toy drive

Monaco toy drive

By Cassandra Tanti - November 21, 2019

Monaco City Hall and the Monaco Sustainable Development Association (MC2D) will be collecting toys for underprivileged children in an effort to make the holiday season brighter for all. 

Monaco Sustainable Development Association has been working hard to stop waste in the Principality. They’ve held past events which allow people to bring in unwanted appliances, books and food. Now, just in time for Christmas, they are asking people to donate unwanted toys.

Any toy that is clean, intact, functional and in good condition will be accepted and can be dropped off on Thursday 4th and Friday 5th December between 1pm and 6pm at the Espace Léo Ferré. 

Scooters, bicycles, board games, dolls, plush toys, video games, and toy cars and trucks are some examples of the type of things that may be lying around the house no longer being used as the children have outgrown or don’t play with them anymore.

Monegasque organisation Mission Enfance and the Monaco Red Cross will be delighted to accept these items will find grateful homes for them, putting smiles on more than a few faces.

For more information, go online at www.MC2D.org and www.mairie.mc

 

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