Toy Drives During The Pandemic Holiday Season

Christmas approaches this year as the city heads for yet another lockdown, and the holiday season could not be more different from the years past – even Dyker Lights are not shining as bright, in an attempt to keep the virus from spreading.

For many families this year, the budgets are tighter than ever. With unemployment rates in Brooklyn in the high teens, some Brooklyn families might not be able to afford the traditional Christmas Day festivities. Christmas Spirit, however, is going strong in Brooklyn, as organizations are collecting gifts, holding events, and aiming to spread holiday cheer to children in need.

If you can help brighten the season, here are some ways to participate:

Via Old Stone House. Christmas approaches this year as the city heads for yet another lockdown, and the holiday season could not be more different from the years past – even Dyker Lights are not shining as bright, in an attempt to keep the virus from spreading.

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