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Vancouver toy, clothing drive takes donations for charities

By , Columbian staff writer

Vancouver residents are invited to provide toys and warm clothes for those in need as part of the seventh annual Korey’s Joy Drive, named after a city employee who died of brain cancer in 2017.

City employees will collect new and unwrapped toys, as well as new youth and adult winter clothes, now through Dec. 15. Donations will be delivered to Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel in Portland, Share of Vancouver, Children’s Justice Center, Children’s Center and Open House Ministries.

Donations can also be made via Amazon Wish List from a preselected list of items, which will be directly shipped to Korey’s Joy Drive.

Drop-off locations:

  • Latte Da Coffee House & Wine Bar: 205 E. 39th St.
  • Vancouver City Hall: 415 W. Sixth St.
  • Firstenburg Community Center: 700 N.E. 136th Ave.
  • Marshall Community Center: 1009 E. McLoughlin Blvd.
  • Marine Park Engineering: 4500 S.E. Columbia Way
  • Vancouver Police West Precinct: 2800 N.E. Stapleton Road
  • Vancouver Police East Precinct: 520 S.E. 155th Ave.
  • Vancouver Fire Station 5/Headquarters: 7110 N.E. 63rd St.
  • Vancouver Operations Center Front Desk: 4711 E. Fourth Plain Blvd.
  • Vancouver Utilities Front Desk: 2323 General Anderson Road
  • Walters & Wolf: 7700 N.E. Greenwood Drive, Suite 250

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