Edison police assist in annual Toys for Tots collection

The department, which assists in the charitable act annually, brought in at least 4,500 unwrapped new toys to the South Plainfield warehouse. The donation added to the thousands of toys and bikes already donated by other organizations, companies and individuals.

News 12 Staff

Dec 17, 2022, 12:29 AM

Updated 521 days ago

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The Edison Police Department dropped off its Toys for Tots collection on Friday.
The department, which assists in the charitable act annually, brought in at least 4,500 unwrapped new toys to the South Plainfield warehouse. The donation added to the thousands of toys and bikes already donated by other organizations, companies and individuals.
"What I'm being told by the Marines, is that we are the single largest collector of toys in four counties,” said Edison Police Deputy Chief Robert Dudash.
The Marines, teaming up with the coast guard this year will fill orders placed by families and organizations in four counties in Central Jersey.


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