Here’s How Halton Police are Helping the Less Fortunate
The Halton Police Service is working to help the less fortunate.
Now that we're in the month of November, according to a recent media release, the Halton Regional Police Service is looking to organize events and seeking assistance related to the annual Toys for Tots program.
Halton Police are looking to collect as many toys as possible to help those less fortunate in the Halton Region.
The delivery of the program this year will be improved due to a new partnership with the Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation.
The foundation is a Milton-based charity started by wrestling legends, humanitarians and philanthropists; Tiger Jeet Singh and his son Tiger Ali Singh.
For the last nine years, their foundation has organized their 'Miracle on Main Street' event which has raised millions of dollars for children and families in the Halton Region that were in need.
By collaborating with the Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation, Halton police will be able to enhance the previously successful Toys for Tots program and work together to help more families in need than ever before.
It should be noted that the organizations and schools that police already assist will not be impacted by the collaboration.
If you, or someone you know, needs assistance over the holiday season or you are interested in partnering with police to collect toys or gift cards, you can contact Halton police at 905-825-4747 ext. 4868 (4TOT) or by emailing ToysForTots [at] haltonpolice [dot] ca.
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