SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) – We are now just a month away from the season of giving and some Siouxlanders got into the holiday spirit on Saturday.
The Salvation Army of Siouxland is joining forces with Walmart to provide more than 1,000 kids in the area with toys. Participating shoppers at Floyd and Singing Hills Wal-Mart locations were provided a list of suggested toy items to help families in need.
“Stuff like Christmas is expensive and so we help the families give a little bit to their children so that they can keep their money. When you live paycheck to paycheck, you don’t much money for presents or a Christmas meal,” said April Clarke, the captain of the Salvation Army of Siouxland.
If you missed the toy drive on Saturday, there will be another toy drive on December 7 and 14 at all Siouxland Walmarts. You can also drop off toys at the Salvation Army until December 23.
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