Toys can be dropped off at locations during normal business hours, November 28 - December 21. Toys will be distributed December 22nd.
Toys can be dropped off at the following MECU locations:
Charles L. Benton Jr. Westview Branch
Harry Deitchman PJM Center Branch
Loch Ridge Center Branch
Elmer Bernhardt Headquarters Branch
John T. O'Mailey Hamilton Center Branch
Toys dropoffs will also be accepted at all Maryland Seasons Pizza locations; two Gabes locations (Glen Burnie and Bel Air); GBMC; all Gardiner-Wolf Furniture locations; Baltimore County fire departments; all Baltimore City fire departments; all Maryland State Police barracks and the Walmart stores in Pasadena, Glen Burnie, Arundel Mills, Laurel, Severn, Arbutus and Columbia.
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