KFDM Toy Feast Drive 2018
KFDM Toy Feast Drive 2018
It’s time for our annual ToyFeast drive! Drop off toys and non-perishable food items at the KFDM-KBTV Studios, during The Morning Show, from 5am-9am, on Friday December 7th. Your toys, food and monetary donations will be distributed to the United Way of Beaumont and North Jefferson County and help those less fortunate in SETX.
TEXT TOYFEAST to 9-1-9-9-9 to donate to local United Way agencies: Women & Children’s Shelter, Nutrition & Services for Seniors, the Southeast Texas Food Bank and the Salvation Army of Beaumont & Port Arthur.
You will be able to drop off toys and food at any of these locations:
- KFDM CHANNEL 6 STUDIOS
- PHILPOTT MOTORS IN MID COUNTY
- BRENT COON & ASSOCIATES
- BRENTWOOD ENTERTAINMENT COMPLEX
- 5 POINT CREDIT UNION locations in Beaumont, Bridge City, Lumberton, Nederland and Orange.
Make sure no child or Southeast Texas family is left behind. If you’re collecting toys & food for the less fortunate in our community, contact us, and let us help you arrange a time to bring your donations by one of our drop off locations.
Ugly Mugs are available for a $100 donation. Purchase your Ugly Mug and support these local agencies of the United Way … Women & Children’s Shelter, Nutrition & Services for Seniors, Southeast Texas Food Bank, and the Salvation Army.
Special Thanks to our 2018 sponsors PHILPOTT MOTORS, 5 POINT CREDIT UNION, BRENT COON & ASSOCIATES, BASF-TOTAL PETROCHEMICALS
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