Project Paterson Toy Drive (1)

Project Paterson Toy Drive
Graphic: Paterson Project Toy Drive Logo from flier
The Project Paterson Toy Drive is a longstanding Pascack Hills High School tradition that embodies the spirit of community and giving. Each year the students, faculty, and community at large rally to support this significant endeavor. Project Paterson works in collaboration with the New Jersey Community Development Corporation (NJCDC), a non-profit organization based in Paterson dedicated to community outreach and engagement. The toys we collect are distributed directly to families in need during a holiday celebration hosted by the NJCDC.

Last year, our collective efforts resulted in a remarkable 1,574 toys, and this year, we’ve set an ambitious goal to surpass 1,500 once again! The call is for new, unwrapped toys for children aged from infancy to 12 years old. Pascack Hills students actively engage in the process by visiting the NJCDC to assist in organizing donations and boxing the gifts for families.
Graphic: Project Paterson image with information about the toy drive.
Project Paterson transcends mere service…it unfolds as a heartwarming experience, particularly in the season of giving. Whether you’re at the NJCDC or make a donation, your actions wield a meaningful influence and make a huge difference. Witnessing the Pascack Hills Community coming together to support this noble cause is truly inspiring. Your contribution can make a meaningful impact, bringing joy to those in need this holiday season. Thank you to all that have already donated!
Photo: Project Paterson team posing together at the sttart

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