Sonoma Raceway and Local Partners Put New Twist on Traditional Toy Drive
Marking 20 years of spreading holiday cheer by way of community toy drives, Sonoma Raceway is partnering with two local non-profits to enhance the gift-giving experience this year by adding a modern twist to the experience. Community members and racing fans alike can bring joy to the youth of Sonoma County by purchasing items from curated online wish lists that reflect the needs and wishes of the children of all ages who will be receiving them.
Sonoma Raceway is partnering with Boys & Girls Club of Sonoma Valley and Sonoma Valley Mentoring Alliance to provide holiday gifts in this new way that allows donors to shop and donate at their convenience, and give gifts that they know will bring delight to each and every child benefitting from the drive this season. Monetary donations are also accepted and can be made easily online via the Sonoma Raceway website. Both organizations are also longtime recipients of grant money from Speedway Children’s Charities Sonoma, the charitable arm of Sonoma Raceway.
“We are excited to work with Boys & Girls Club of Sonoma Valley and Sonoma Valley Mentoring Alliance to offer a modern and focused approach to the toy drive this year,” said Sonoma Raceway Executive Vice President and General Manager Jill Gregory. “We hope this new method enhances the joyful experience for donors and recipients alike.”
The process is simple – use the links below to access either or both organizations’ Amazon wish lists and browse gift options for the range of ages and personalities of children in Sonoma County who will be eagerly awaiting a holiday gift. All toys purchased from the lists will go directly to the organization.
Boys & Girls Club of Sonoma Valley Toy Drive Wish List: https://a.co/cPojFfe
Sonoma Valley Mentoring Alliance Toy Drive Wish List: https://a.co/6Nr0yYA
Anyone preferring to make a monetary donation of their choosing can do so with the link below.
For more information on the wish list toy drive, contact Chelsea Lazzari at [email protected]