Holiday Toy Event 2019
This sign up sheet is for the holiday toy event which is for military and veteran families, Gold Star as well as first responders and families of fallen Police/Fire. This includes Active, Guard, Reserve, and Veterans of all branches and ERAs. For first responders this includes all police, fire, EMT/medical responders, corrections officers, and nurses. These gifts have been generously donated by patrons that have contributed to the Holiday Toy Drive at Dollar Tree locations across the tri state. I am a pick up volunteer and have chosen to give back to my Military and first responder communities. Please DO NOT contact any Dollar Tree location about the Christmas gifts. If you have any questions please email or call Nicolle Barrow with Team Rubicon at 513-376-2261 or email
. For those of you who sign up through Wounded Warrior Project or AFTA please note this at the bottom of the form.
Pick up location will be at the Woodlawn Armory 10050 Woodlawn Blvd., Cincinnati, OH 45215 on Sunday, December 15 from 10-2.
If you sign up you are approved to attend this event. Please bring ID for check-in.
***THERE WILL BE NO ALTERNATE PICKUP TIMES***
Name (First and Last)
Must give complete address, State, and Zip
Are you Military or First Responder? Please Mark Position or all that apply
Gold Star families or fallen Police/Fire Officer families
I am not a service member or first responder (Please comment in notes section at end of survey)
Status (If a category does not fit you please choose other and specify in notes section at end of survey)
Medical discharge or retired
I am not a military member or first responder
Family of Gold Star or Fallen Police/Fire
Will you be able to showID/VA Card or DD214 for Military? First Responder: ID Badge or card
If not an option please contact me and leave in note section
Child(s) Name(s) Age(s) Only one form per family please-list all names and ages in this section
Can you commit to the December 15th pickup date? There will be no alternate times.
Please fill in any notes
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