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Hampton Bays Fire Dept. Stuff a Truck Toy Drive

  • Mon, Nov 20, 2017 7:00 AM
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Hampton Bays Fire Department Stuff A Truck Toy Drive
69 West montauk hwy
Hampton Bays
James Kappers, 3rd Assistant Chief of the Hampton Bays Fire Department, and his wife Megan experienced many months in the Stony Brook Children's Hospital as their son, who celebrated his 2nd birthday on November 4th, fought for his life. Fortunate to have utilized the Ronald McDonald House there, they feel compelled to recognize it along with the families in Stony Brook Children's Hospital, this holiday season. Many of the families served by the Ronald McDonald House spend their holidays in the hospital, away from their homes, and some of their family members. The Hampton Bays Fire Department would  like  to brighten their lives by visiting The Ronald McDonald Family Room at the Stony Brook Children's Hospital on December 12th with their fire trucks to deliver gifts to not only the children who are battling illness, their siblings too. Any additional gifts will be distributed  to other Ronald McDonald Family Rooms across Long Island by the RMDFR Staff. We are currently collecting gifts at the Hampton Bays Fire Department Head Quarters on Montauk Hwy in Hampton Bays. There is a dispatcher staffed 24/7 and will be around to collect the gifts whenever convenient for them. Unwrapped Gifts ages ranged from new born to age 21 and can be anything of any gender. Please no stuff animals as they harbor germs. We are also asking anyone attending our Santa Comes to Town event on December 3rd, to also bring an unwrapped gift for our cause. To assist with this endeavor, prior to The Fire Truck Parade of Lights, Saturday, November 25th, the Hampton Bays Fire Department will have their fire truck parked on the Culver Street Extension, staffed with firemen, from 12 noon to 4pm to collect the gifts. Any gift any size will go a long way to help brighten a day for someone. We thank you in advance
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