The Chelsea Fire Department is in the midst of its annual toy drive to help less fortunate families in the area during this holiday season.
“After doing some research we found that 400 to 800 children in the city of Chelsea are provided Christmas gifts through the Toys for Tots program each year,” said Captain Phil Rogers who started the department’s toy drive program. “We want to assure the children in our community will be taken care of throughout the holiday season.”
Anyone who wishes to donate can drop a new, unwrapped toy at Central Fire Station located
next to City Hall at 307 Chestnut St. This is a great opportunity to help less fortunate families in our community and throughout the Greater Boston area this holiday season. Donations are being accepted through Dec. 17.