Flagler Beach, FL – The Rotary Club of Flagler Beach is asking the community for support in providing toys for its annual “Project Share” Christmas toy drive that benefits children birth to 17 years old during the holidays in Volusia and Flagler Counties.Rotary Club of Flagler Beach Project Share, now in its 21st year, provides new, unwrapped Christmas toys, bicycles, and clothing for children ages birth – 16. Registration for the program is now closed and the Rotarians are at work collecting toys, shopping and preparing gift bags.“It truly takes a village to provide Christmas toys for almost 1000 children every year. We are only able to accomplish this thanks to the generous donations from neighbors, friends and so many very giving members of our community,” said Roseanne Stocker, Project Share founder and chairperson.
Donations can be made by check to Rotary Club of Flagler Beach Project Share, PO Box 2005, Flagler Beach, FL 32136. Rotary Club of Flagler Beach is a 501c3 organization, Registration No. CH32924.firstname.lastname@example.org.Unwrapped, new toys or bicycles can be dropped off at: Publix Beach Village in Flagler Beach, 414 Beach Village Drive; Winn Dixie Palm Coast at either the 111 Flagler Plaza Drive, or 1260 Palm Coast Pkwy SW, locations; or at the Walmart Palm Coast Vision Center at 174 Cypress Point Parkway, Palm Coast. Deadline for donations is Sunday, December 12. “Due to Covid, this is the second year in a row that we have not been able to do our usual fundraising for Project Share – which was traditionally our concession stand at the Flagler Beach First Friday events. Without the fundraising, we are completely dependent on donations from the community. We truly appreciate the way everyone in our community and beyond pitches in to make a difference for families in need at Christmas,” said Stocker. For further information about Project Share, contact Roseanne Stocker at
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