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Christmas Toy Drive

‘Tis The Season to Donate a Toy!

In partnership with WSFS Bank, the 2019 Christmas Toy Drive will collect toys from
November 8th through December 7th.

“For the eighth year in a row, WSFS Bank is honored to support the Christmas Toy Drive in West Chester,” said Shari Kruzinski, Senior Vice President Director of Retail Delivery at WSFS Bank. “At WSFS, we take great pride in giving back to our communities. We’re excited to host toy drop-offs throughout our Pennsylvania branches and play a role in bringing holiday cheer to local children in need.” The toy collection boxes were so beautifully decorated by Elementary School students from several West Chester Area School District Schools.

These donations will help to put a smile on the faces of children who may not otherwise receive a gift. So reach deep into your heart and stop by a participating WSFS Bank branch with a toy. Together we can make a difference!


Drop off your donations by Saturday, December 7th!

or bring a toy to the Toy Drive Breakfast

Christmas Toy Drive Breakfast

Each December the Greater West Chester Chamber of Commerce hosts the WSFS Bank Christmas Toy Drive Breakfast. New, unwrapped items donated at the WSFS branch locations throughout Chester County by Chamber members and the community are presented to nonprofit organizations who work directly with families in our community.

On Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 7:45 AM the annual Holiday Toy Drive Breakfast will take place at Saint Agnes School, located at 233 West Gay Street in West Chester. In lieu of payment please bring a toy for donation. During our morning we will present the recipients with their toys!

RSVP is Requested to Attend Breakfast.

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Toys collected through the 2019 WSFS Bank Christmas Toy Drive will be presented to three important organizations:

  1. Maternal and Child Health Consortium

Maternal and Child Health Consortium (MHCH) was created in 1991 to ensure that all women in Chester County have access to high quality maternal and infant health care regardless of race, language, insurance status or immigration status. In 1995, MCHC began providing prenatal case management for pregnant and parenting women and their children. MCHC remains committed to ensuring low-income, at-risk women and their children receive the services they need to start health, stay healthy and succeed in school. Their mission is to empower families to build a healthier and brighter future for their children by overcoming the social and environmental barriers that lead to poor health conditions in our community.

Items of Interest for Donations:

  • Dolls/Barbies
  • Cars/trucks
  • Puzzles
  • Balls
  • Construction toys
  • Musical instruments
  • Arts and crafts materials
  1. The Care Center Foundation

The Care Center Foundation aids low income families in West Chester through education and social uplift programs. They provide a ministry of support by promoting partnerships and facilitating nutritional, educational, and social activities to the south east community that it serves. The Care Center Foundation empowers those who give and those who receive through creative, educational, recreational, and social service activities.

Items of Interest for Donations:

  • Educational games
  • Legos
  • Science kits/books
  • Winter boots
  • Pajamas
  • Character bed sheets
  1. Friends Association for the Care and Protection of Children

Friends Association for the Care and Protection of Children addresses the needs of a wide range of families, from those who are experiencing homelessness to those who are currently housed but in jeopardy of losing their housing, through four platforms: Emergency Family Shelter, Homeless Prevention Program, Outreach & Hotel Vouchers Program, and Housing Stability Case Management. Friends Association programs are designed to enrich the lives of children and families through a two-generation approach, working together with families toward self-sufficiency and housing stability.

Items of Interest for Donations:

  • Dress up costumes
  • Action figures
  • Puppets
  • Stuffed animals
  • Board games


WSFS Bank Branch Drop-Off Dates: November 8 – December 7, 2019


WSFS Bank Branch Drop-Off Locations:

Chester County

Chester Springs
210 Font Road, Downingtown
209 West Lancaster Avenue, Devon
1201 East Lancaster Avenue, Downingtown
Kennett Square
100 Old Forge Lane, Kennett Square
199 Lancaster Avenue, Malvern
1 West Lancaster Avenue, Paoli
724 West Lancaster Avenue, Suite 110, Wayne
West Goshen
1030 West Chester Pike, West Chester

Delaware County

979 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills
5000 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square
Glen Mills
395 Wilmington-West Chester Pike, Glen Mills

Additional Drop-Off Location:

Greater West Chester Chamber of Commerce
137 N. High Street
West Chester, PA 19380

La Difference Salon & Day Spa
830 Paoli Pike
West Chester, PA 19380

Shop Rite of West Chester
West Goshen Town Center
1115 West Chester Pike
West Chester, PA 19382

My Salon Suite
West Goshen Shopping Center
967 Paoli Pike
West Chester, PA 19380

Goshen Family Chiropractic
105 Westtown Road, Suite A
West Chester, PA 19382

Market Street Print
204 W. Market Street,
West Chester, PA 19382

Infiniti of West Chester
1265 Wilmington Pike,
West Chester, PA 19382

Contact the Greater West Chester Chamber of Commerce at 610-696-4046 for more information.