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Help support the 18th Annual Toy Mountain Campaign with an unwrapped toy or cash donation!

Check the Toy Mountain Calendar to see when and where events will be taking place. Bring your donations and come join in the fun!


Toy Drop-off Locations:

Participating Access Storage locations and All Canadian Self-Storage locations.

Special thanks to:

Toronto Ford Dealers, McDonald's, Marshalls, Best Buy, Uncle Neil, Speedy Auto Service, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, Sunnybrook Hospital, Woodbine Entertainment Group, Dolphin Bingo, The North Thornhill Community Centre, Access Storage

How can I help?

Taking part in the 2013 Toy Mountain campaign is easy! Simply purchase a new toy and place it (unwrapped) in an official donation bin before December 23rd. When purchasing toys, please note that what we are in need of the most are toys for ages 0-2 years and teenagers.

Help us buy toys in bulk and get the most bang for your buck. Click here to make an online cash donation and let us do the shopping for you.

Another great way to take part is to create your own toy collection bin at work or school. Gather donations and then drop them all off at once at an official donation bin. Don't forget to email a photo of your haul to tom@ctv.ca!

To learn how to volunteer with the Salvation Army, click here.  For more information about the Salvation Army's Ontario Central East Division, click here.

If you are in need of assistance click here to find your nearest Salvation Army branch.

Mr. Personality

Each year, Tom spearheads CTV Toronto’s Toy Mountain campaign to make wishes come true on Christmas morning for thousands of children across the Greater Toronto Area.