DAYTON, OH (December 2, 2021) – Ohio State Coalition of Clubs (Ohio State COC) estimates it will donate $10,000 in toys to Montgomery County Children Services on Sunday, Dec. 5. The Christmas gifts will be distributed to children of all ages who are in Montgomery County’s care.
What: Members of Ohio State Coalition of Clubs will deliver Christmas gifts to children in Montgomery County’s care.
The group estimates it will deliver $10,000 worth of toys, which Children Services’ caseworkers will later deliver.
When: Sunday, Dec. 5 @ noon Club members will drive through the Haines Children’s Center parking lot at noon. They will enter through the main entrance on N. Main Street. The group and donation truck will drive directly to the loading dock at the back of the building to unload the presents.
Where: Haines Children’s Center – 3304 N. Main Street in Dayton
Media can gather outside of the main building entrance to capture the bikers riding in with the donation truck.
Who: Members of Ohio State COC and Associate Director of Montgomery County Children Services Craig Rickett will be present for photos and interviews.
Montgomery County Commission President Judy Dodge and Commissioner Carolyn Rice will also be present for photos.
From Montgomery County Associate Director of Children Services Craig Rickett – “The Ohio State Coalition of Clubs has been a long-time donor we couldn’t be more thankful for. The group comes to us each year with a goal to donate more than the last. Because of them, children in our care get to have a Christmas like any other. These toys are also more than just a physical gift, but a reminder to so many children that there are people out there who care about them and are rooting for them.”
To learn more about the Ohio State Coalition of Clubs, visit their website: www.ohiococ.org