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Bartell’s Toy ‘N Joy drive raises $181,382

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SEATTLE — Bartell’s announced that its Toy ‘N Joy drive raised $181,382.  In partnership with The Salvation Army and local radio station WARM 106.9, Bartell’s has hosted Toy N’ Joy for 17 years. The program is designed to collect new, unwrapped toys for local children during the holidays.

Pictured l-r: Lisa Borders, Salvation Army; Gus Swanson, WARM 106.9; Trevor Gehlhausen, Bartell’s; Ken Mahoney, Bartell’s; Captain Jonathan Harvey, Salvation Army and Hannah Kubiak, Bartell’s.

“We are so grateful to Bartell Drugs and its customers for their commitment to helping local families during the holiday season” said Lt Colonel Bill Dickinson, divisional commander of The Salvation Army in the Northwest. “Together we are making the holidays a little bit brighter for our neighbors in need.”

“The donation drive was extremely successful thanks to generous customers who donated at their neighborhood Bartell’s. This year, $181,382 worth of toys was donated through Bartell’s Toy ‘N Joy program to the Salvation Army. Volunteers sorted all the toys and families supported by Salvation Army shopped for their children on December 17th at CenturyLink Field Event Center at no cost to them,” said Hannah Kubiak, communications manager at Bartell’s


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