Whether you’re a child, or child at heart, there will be entertainment and fun for all ages at Global News’ annual Toy Drive Live.
This is Global News’ 10th year partnering with the Toronto firefighters to help bring joy to families across the GTA.
“If you’re looking to donate this year, we’re still really low on gifts for teens; please bring something by CF Shops at Don Mills tonight for a teen in need,” said Rick Berenz, President of the Toronto Fire Fighters’ Toy Drive.
“With the tremendous continued support from Global News, Spin Master, CF Shops at Don Mills and now a whole slew of Corus brands, I know 2016 will be our biggest and best Toy Drive yet.”
Bring your new, unwrapped toy to CF Shops at Don Mills to take part in the festivities and kick off the Christmas season by helping the less fortunate.
The event starts at 5:00 p.m. and runs until 8:00 p.m. Global News will be broadcasting live between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. with anchors Alan Carter and Farah Nasser.
Also on hand, Susan Hay, Anthony Farnell, Carolyn Mackenzie and Liem Vu will be celebrating the season with a stellar line-up of entertainment.
Splash’N Boots will have a special performance
The event will feature fun for all ages: a meet-and-greet with Santa, special appearances by Peppa Pig and George and even the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will be on hand.
The night will also feature an exciting performance by Splash’N Boots. Carlos from YTV’s “The Zone” will also be celebrating with the public and special guests.
Carlos from YTV’s “The Zone” will help celebrate the spirit of the season
Spin Master’s PAW Patrol will have a tent on site with colouring activities, temporary tattoos and special giveaways.
Not just for children
There will also be plenty to check out for parents and young adults. See your favourite Corus Entertainment radio hosts including Fred Kennedy and Kid Craig from 102.1 The Edge.
Cheryl Hickey from ET Canada will also be on hand at CF Shops at Don Mills, along with talk radio personalities Matt Gurney and Supriya Dwivedi from The Morning Show, who will be broadcasting live.
Don’t have time to drop off a toy? Make a charitable monetary donation to the Toronto Fire Fighters’ Toy Drive through CanadaHelps.org or go to www.globalnews.ca for more info.