Toy Drive

Be Santa’s helper for Christmas this year and help area kids have a wonderful Christmas by donating to our Annual Toy Drive.  You can drop off a new up-wrapped toy anytime between now and Friday December 11th at one of our drop-off locations around town, or you can make a monetary donation at our main studios, 1640 Old Russellville Pike, that will be turned into a toy by one of our super shoppers. 

All of our kids are from right here in the Clarksville, Hopkinsville and Fort Campbell area and come from Sanctuary Inc., Crisis 211, and Toys for Tots. 

Drop off locations 

Amity Salon on Strawberry Alley 

Aspire Kitchen and Bath on Wilma Rudolph Blvd 

Action Air on Kraft Street 

All Smiles Family Dentistry on Hillcrest Drive 

Wedding Belles on Madison Street 

Badcock Home Furniture on Riverside and Madison Street

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