As some of you may know, I’m the Executive VP of Design for Dunpar Homes, a premier builder of thoughtfully designed and architecturally unique homes and communities across the Greater Toronto Area.
This holiday season, Dunpar Homes and the John Zanini Foundation are working with one of their newest properties, Lake Shore Village, to participate in the Second Annual Kelly Marie Atyeo Memorial Holiday Toy Drive, all in support of the Salvation Army’s Toy Mountain.
Sadly, Kelly Marie passed away last year, and her husband, Joshua Fick, is committed to continuing her desire to help create some happiness for young people during the festive season. We are delighted to help Joshua achieve his goal, and so we will be placing holiday boxes in three of Dunpar Homes locations to receive toys. We are inviting anyone who would like to participate in this initiative to donate new, recently purchased and unwrapped toys (in original packaging) by Friday, November 27th at any of the three locations listed below.
For more information, please read the details below. I hope we can all make this holiday season a little merrier for all!
The three locations where toys can be dropped off are:
1. Dunpar Homes Head Office – 105 Six Point Road, Etobicoke
2. Kingsway Village Square Luxury Rentals – 571 Prince Edward Drive North
3. Lake Shore Village Model Suite – 33 – 29th Street, Etobicoke
Dunpar Homes will present the toys to the Salvation Army van on Saturday, November 28th between 9:30am – 12:00 pm at 3560 Lake Shore Blvd. W. at Long Branch Avenue.
WHAT TO DONATE?
When purchasing toys, please note that toys that are needed the most are for: Boys and Girls 10-13-years-old / Boys and Girls 14-17-years-old.