Toys for Cops West Texas Showdown
October 19-November 2. Midland Lee High School Classrooms are battling against each other to see which one can donate the most new toys at their school. Domino's will be awarding one classroom pizza party on the Lee campus for the class bringing the most new toys. Last year, the Lee Football team won the pizza party contest and invited the Special Needs Students to attend.
The new donated toys will be awarded through Toys for Cops to law enforcement and their supporting agencies in West Texas. The toys will be used to comfort children in crisis situations throughout the year. A collection box will also be in the school office. Susie Yarbrough, Students in Philanthropy adviser, is heading up the collection at Lee. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Early College High School robotics teacher, Lathrice Davis is also collecting new toys through her robotics team. Mrs. Davis may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Since the founding of Toys for Cops in 2011, TFC has awarded approximately 10,000 toys to local law enforcement and supporting agencies in order to comfort hurting children that they encounter daily. Collection boxes are also being distributed throughout the community:
Alderson Mercedes-Benz ClayDesta Corp Brew St. Bakery & Coffee
5801 Andrews Highway 6 Desta Drive 4610 N Garfield Suite D-1A
Midland Midland Midland
Chrysalis Salon and Day Spa Midland County Libraries Texas Roadhouse
4610 N Garfield Street Suite D6 Downtown/Centennial Branch Midland
Christian Brothers Midland County
5317 W Loop 250 N Sheriff Office
Diamonds of Midland Lee High School Office
3209 Courtyard Drive 3500 Neely
Drop off locations can be obtained through Toys for Cops website.
For more information, please visit Facebook: Toys for Cops or Website: toysforcop.org.
Toys for Cops was founded in 2011 by 2015 Lee High Graduate Wilson Clark, sophomore at Texas A&M and in the Corps of Cadets.
Toys For Cops
Toys for Cops Donating Toys To Children in Crisis Situations