Lauderhill Toy Giveaway Aims to Spread Holiday Joy

Lauderhill Toy Giveaway Aims to Spread Holiday Joy

By Kevin Deutsch

The City of Lauderhill’s 2023 Holiday Toy Giveaway is back for another season of helping kids in need.

Presented by the city and Joy’s Roti Delight, the giveaway and accompanying toy drive is an annual tradition dedicated to bringing holiday joy to kids who need it most. Organizers encourage people to spread the word to friends and family to join them in donating new, unwrapped toys.

The toy giveaway will be held Saturday, Dec. 16, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Joy’s Roti Delight, 1205 NW 40th Ave. in Lauderhill.

The giveaway is open only to Lauderhill residents ages two to 12. Names of children who should receive toys must be submitted by Monday, Dec. 11. Pre-registration is required to ensure children will receive a toy.

Children must be present on the day of the giveaway. Toys are limited and received on a first-registered, first-served basis, according to the city.

Those who want to donate new, unwrapped toys for children two to 12 should drop the toys off at any of the following locations:

  • Joy’s Roti Delight – 1205 NW 40th Avenue
  • Lauderhill City Hall – 5581 W Oakland Park Boulevard
  • Lauderhill Police Department – 6279 W Oakland Park Boulevard
  • Fire Station #57 – 1980 NW 56th Avenue
  • Fire Station #73 – 7801 NW 50th Street
  • Fire Station #110 – 3120 NW 12th Place
  • Lauderhill Golf Course – 4141 NW 16th Street
  • Lauderhill Historical Museum – 1080 NW 47th Avenue
  • Lauderhill Sports Park – 7500 W Oakland Park Boulevard
  • John E. Mullin Park – 2000 NW 55th Avenue
  • Sadkin Community Center – 1176 NW 42nd Way
  • St. George Park – 3501 NW 8th Street
  • Veterans Park – 7600 NW 50th Street
  • West Ken Lark Park – 1321 NW 33rd Avenue
  • Westwind Park – 4550 NW 82nd Avenue
  • Windermere Community Center – 1818 NW 54th Terrace

The deadline to drop off donations is Dec. 11.

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Kevin Deutsch
Kevin Deutsch
Kevin Deutsch is an award-winning crime journalist and author. A graduate of Florida International University, Kevin has worked on staff at The Miami Herald, New York Daily News, and The Palm Beach Post.
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