Here is how the program works:
Complete the registration form to let us know how many Toy Mountain Tags you require and where to ship them.
After receiving your Toy Mountain Tags distribute them to your team. Participants will purchase a new unwrapped toy for a child of the gender and age specified on the tag they were given.
Be creative and create your own toy bin or designate an area to build your toy mountain. Campaign logos can be sent to you to create your own posters for promoting your toy drive. For this information please contact:
The Salvation ArmyJohn Halbert John_Halbert@can.salvationarmy.org
CTV NewsSarah Virro, Remote Weather Producersarah.firstname.lastname@example.org
Bell MediaCommunity Investment Representative
Once your toy drive is complete it is best if you can deliver the toys to the closest Toy Mountain Bin in your area. See the CTV Toy Mountain website for a list of locations toronto.ctvnews.ca/toy-mountain. The Salvation Army can try and arrange a pick-up for toy drives that accumulate more than 100 toys. Please contact John Halbert at The Salvation Army for pick-up arrangements: John_Halbert@can.salvationarmy.org.
Any unused Toy Mountain Tags can be returned or saved for next Christmas.