BCS Holiday Gift Drive Participation Sign-up 2019
We are super excited you want to learn more about participating in out Holiday Gift Drive!

As the holidays swiftly approach, BCS needs your help to ensure that every child across the organization gets a gift-wrapped toy for the holidays!

Getting involved is easy! There are 3 ways to participate:

1. General Drive: Set up a gift donation box at your office, church, building, etc. and collect gender neutral toys for youth across the organization.

2. Adopt A Site: BCS will pair your company with one of our 30+ programs across the borough. Your group would be responsible for getting toys for all the kids at that specific program. You will be invited to attend the program’s holiday party and hand out gifts! We will work with you to coordinate gift delivery.
*Please not that a site can be adopted, even if you are unable to attend the Holiday Celebration. Photos will be provided*


3. Purchase something from our Amazon Wish List: Buy a gift (or three!) from our Amazon Wish List: http://a.co/7MUhetk
You can set the delivery directly for: Janelle Anderson, 151 Lawrence St, 4th Fl, Brooklyn NY 11201

All donations are due by December 11th.

Some more details:

* If your organization does not have the capacity to deliver toys to BCS, pick up service are available. Please note that toys
will be picked up BEFORE December 11th, if you should utilize this service.

*If your organization would like to wrap your gifts, you are more than welcome to do so. Please notify us that you will be
wrapping your gifts, so that instruction can be provided as to how to correctly label gifts.

*Donation boxes are provided on a first come, first served basis. (Special thanks to Brooklyn Ascend High School for
decorating our Holiday Drive boxes!)

We can’t wait to work with you to spread some holiday cheer throughout BCS! Hit "Next" to register.

If you have any questions, please email, Janelle Anderson at janderson@wearebcs.org
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