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Salvation Army Toy Shop

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One of the Seasonal Partnerships we’ve had over the years is with the Salvation Army Toy Shop, who use our building as a distribution site.

We’re excited to again be hosting the Toy Shop this December 13-15!

The Twin Cities Salvation Army provides toys for thousands of children who may not otherwise receive a Christmas gift. They’re one of the largest providers of toys in the area, and they’re looking for volunteers!

  • They mainly need to fill roles on Distribution Days, which include a variety of tasks and different shift times on December 14 and 15. For details and to sign up, click here.
  • Set Up Day volunteers are also needed on December 13 from 1-4pm. You can find more details and sign up for this role here.

Applications for receiving gifts are handled through the Salvation Army. You can learn more and register online here.

We look forward to hosting the Toy Shop again – Woodland will be a bustling place that week!

4 thoughts on “Salvation Army Toy Shop

  1. Viktoriia says:

    please tell me, where can I apply for my children to receive gifts?

    1. Charley Swanson says:

      Sorry we didn’t have that included initially, Viktoriia – here’s a link to the Salvation Army website:


  2. Judith says:

    I want to apply for Christmas presents for my 4 grandchildren. Aiden 9yrs., Alexis 11 yrs., Sydney 12 yrs. & Harrison 14 yrs. I used to Volunteer in Hero’s Gates a few yrs. back. I am 71 years old & on a fixed income. Thank You! I would greatly Appreciate It!🙏✝️

    1. Charley Swanson says:

      Hi Judith – Toy Shop applications are open now, which you can find here:


      Sorry that link wasn’t included when you asked. We’re not sure how long they’ll be accepting applications, so it would be good to fill it out soon.

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