Weichert Kicks Off Annual Toy Drive for Critically-Ill Children

The Weichert Realtors Summit office, located at 474 Morris Avenue, will be collecting donations for new, unwrapped toys for the critically-ill children now through Wednesday, December 18th.

The following was submitted by Weichert:

The Weichert, Realtors Summit office is hosting their 35th Annual Toy Drive to benefit children associated with the Pediatric HealthStart Program at Overlook Hospital. The community based program provides a vital service to medically underserved children from birth to age 21 by offering preventive and disease related care to over 500 children each year. 

“Every year I look forward to the Annual Weichert Toy Drive,” said Jim Weichert, president and founder of Weichert, Realtors. “I’m proud to say that for the last 35 years we’ve had the unique privilege of making a special difference, and brightening the spirits of those less fortunate in this country. I invite you to join us in our efforts to give the greatest gift of all this holiday season: joy to the children and families who need it most.”

The Weichert, Realtors Summit office, located at 474 Morris Avenue, will be collecting donations for new, unwrapped toys for the critically ill children now through Wednesday, December 18th. To kick-off the holiday season, the local community is invited to drop by the office on Friday, December 13thbetween 12 noon and 3pm for a Meet and Greet with Santa. Attendees are again encouraged to donate new, unwrapped toys.

Weichert employees at the company’s corporate headquarters in Morris Plains, as well as in other company locations throughout the United States, will also participate in the yearly community service event. To date, the annual toy drive has yielded hundreds of thousands of items for underprivileged children in the communities Weichert serves. Last year more than 16,000 toys and over $4,000 in monetary donations were distributed to charitable and service organizations.

For more information about the toy drive, please call (908) 277-1200.


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