SERVPRO & LaFontaine Toy Drive for the Salvation Army

SERVPRO® of Dearborn Heights North/East Garden City and LaFontaine Automotive Group are committed to creating meaningful change this holiday season in the communities they serve.  With the help of local businesses, they are partnering with the Dearborn Heights Salvation Army by launching a Toy Drive for the Salvation Army’s Toy Shop this December.

How Can You Participate?

You can make a donation at one of the following locations by December 13th:

SERVPRO® of Dearborn Heights

LaFontaine Automotive Group-Dearborn

Farmers Insurance- Ali Chaito

Dearborn Heights City Hall

Allstate Insurance- Paula Schembri

Caputo Animal Hospital

Allstate Insurance- John Parr

Kaplani Insurance Agency

ACOVA Insurance- Allen Park

State Farm- Michelle Sims

Del Taco (Telegraph & Ford Rd.)

Randy’s Bar & Grill

VetSelect Dearborn

Kelly Chiropractic

VetSelect Dearborn Heights

Thompson Tower Apartments

Dearborn West Apartments

The Hairloft

Hamlin Place Apartments

Hair Designs North

Farmers Insurance- Nahid Hammad

Farmers Insurance- Mirvat Kadouh

St. Clements Manor

Al Shallal Restaurant

Starbucks Redford (Joy & Telegraph) 

Starbucks Dearborn (Michigan Ave)

Starbucks Dearborn Heights (Ford & Beech Daly)

Captain Stephanie Senn from the Salvation Army said, “As you know from the local news stations and papers, the economic condition of our area has not improved, and many families find themselves in need for the very first time this year. Other families face another year of not being able to provide for their children. The need for help has increased, and we in turn need additional help from local businesses, schools, and organizations to meet the needs of our community. Toys are needed for children from infancy through the age of fourteen. The distribution dates for toys, food, and clothes this year are December 18th-19th, so we would appreciate new, unwrapped toys to arrive preferably by December 13th.”

SERVPRO® and LaFontaine ask that you open your hearts and wallets to help provide for the less fortunate in your community this holiday season by supporting this effort. 


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