Last Minute Toy Store ready for donations

Posted at 8:22 AM, Nov 28, 2018

The Davidson County Sheriff’s Office will begin accepting donations for the Last Minute Toy Store this week. 

This is the 25th year that the toy drive has provided for thousands of Nashville families during the Christmas season. 

The first donation opportunity will be Friday night during the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at Public Square Park. The sheriff’s office will also accept donations at its 5117 Harding Place location. 

“We are thrilled about our second year of partnership with the Last Minute Toy Store and even more excited we have so many other organizations willing to help us with donation collection including the Tennessee Titans, Nashville Predators, and the Mayor’s Office,” Sheriff Daron Hall said. 

New, unwrapped toys for children and gift cards for teenagers will also be accepted next weekend, as well as December 15-19. 

Donations can also be dropped at 506 Second Avenue North, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 

Tickets to shop will be handed out beginning December 19 and shopping will take place on December 20-22. For more information on how to donate or order a gift directly, click here