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Santa Claus Shops Thanks Toy Professor for Generous Donation

The Santa Claus Shop thanks Summit Toy Professor for generous donation

The Santa Claus Shop Chairwomen would like to thank Geoff Stern and The Toy Professor staff for choosing the Santa Claus Shop as the beneficiary of their Neighborhood Toy Store donation program.  The Toy Professor, located at 430 Springfield Avenue, in Summit, graciously offered to donate 10 percent of all standard sales from November 10th through November 16th to the Santa Claus Shop, to celebrate Neighborhood Toy Store Day.  In addition to The Toy Professor’s donation, patrons also had the opportunity to make an additional personal donation to the Santa Claus Shop, which could be added to their invoice at checkout.  The community's support of the Santa Claus Shop and The Toy Professor during this special offer was overwhelming.

The Santa Claus Shop is chaired by Summit residents, Victoria Carrigan, Amy D’Andrea, Key Michel and Katrina Walsh and co-chaired by Stacie Collins, Carrie Fallon, Beth Little and Jenna Smith. 

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the tradition of the Santa Claus Shop is more important than ever as we ask for your help to spread some holiday cheer to those in need.   To keep the holiday spirit alive for those in the community, the Santa Claus Shop chairwomen ask that your tax-deductible contribution be made payable to SHIP, with Santa Claus Shop noted on the check’s memo line, and mailed to:

Santa Claus Shop
P.O. Box 119
Summit, NJ 07901

Donations can also be made through PayPal by opening the link below:

https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=XET3FQUCMWTZE

Santa Claus Shop thanks you for your support!!!

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