Technology Source & Telecom for Change kick off, now virtual, the 5th Annual Techie Toy Drive. The event provides S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering, and math) gifts for children who need them most, such as foster and adoptive children, and this year, those impacted by coronavirus.
The goal of the Techie Toy Drive is to provide
Give gifts to children who need
them most, such as foster and
adoptive children, and this year,
children whose families have been
impacted by the coronavirus.
Straight From the Heart has been a four-time recipient of
toys for four years!
As a resource center for foster, adoptive, kinship children and
their caregivers, the organization donates the toys directly to
kids in need.
Pattie Boles, director at the San
Diego county-based organization
said that before the Techie Toy
Drive, they "Never got tech toys
And, like all kids in the universe, they are the thing that our children
want the most! We are grateful for this event for how they give back to
I cannot even tell you the smile that erupts
when we hand a 16-year-old girl a Kindle
Fire." Newly added this year, was the
Downieville Lyons Club, which is in a rural
community nestled in the Tahoe National
Forest of Sierra County.
The group plans to issue the toys to children who are currently
paired with the community's food bank, and who are signed up to
receive toys from their annual "Wishes Tree".
Raintree will be giving the toys
to children living in the Raintree
House group foster home.
Tech-related toys on the group's wish list include Hexbug toys,
Kindles or other similar tablets, Modern Art Connectagons, and
toys that can be enjoyed by
children in various age groups.
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