Oxford Police, Town Employees to Collect Toys for Children

The annual toy drive will be held throughout Christmas.


The Oxford Resident State Trooper’s Office and Oxford Town Hall together are seeking donations for the Holiday Giving Program “Toys for Tots Drive” for Oxford children.

Over the years, the generosity of volunteer donors has made the holidays brighter for hundreds of children in our town and we hope that everyone will continue to support the children as many of whom families have an even greater need this year after Hurricane Sandy.

Anyone wishing to donate can donate at the following locations:

Oxford Resident State Trooper’s Office                       Oxford Town Hall

429 Oxford Road                                                            P&Z/ZEO Office

Oxford, CT 06478                                                           486 Oxford Road

                                                                                    Oxford, CT 06478

Anyone wishing to make a request to donate to an Oxford Family in need may do so by filling out the attached form while protecting the confidentiality of the receiver and drop it off with the Oxford Resident State Trooper’s Office or via fax (203) 888-7134 and Oxford Town Hall,  Planning & Zoning / ZEO Office or via fax (203) 888-4543.

This program has developed largely to who wish to share their holiday spirit with others less fortunate than they. Over the years, the community has given generously with many individuals, clubs, schools, churches and businesses participating in the program—many of them year after year.

To all of these individuals, clubs, schools, churches, businesses, and organizations, the departments express heartfelt appreciation for demonstrating that Oxford is indeed a caring and generous community!

The above news release was submitted by Anna Rycenga, Oxford's zoning enforcement officer. 


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