Drop off your toys for the Cruz Roja at Specsavers Opticas

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The Cruz Roja (Red Cross) is launching their annual Christmas campaign to collect as many toys as possible for families in need and Specsavers Opticas are getting behind it by being drop-off points for donations.


The aims of the Cruz Roja campaign are to improve the quality of life for youngsters in families experiencing hardship, improve personal development and skills through play and ensure that no child is without a toy this Christmas. Toys must be new, non-violent, educational and suitable for boys and girls 3-12 years old. They will be distributed to children in need on Christmas Eve.

If you wish to donate a toy, you can do so from 1st – 14th December at Specsavers Opticas in Marbella or Fuengirola, Cruz Roja offices and your local post office.

Specsavers Opticas Marbella, Avda. de Ricardo Soriano 12, Local 5ª, 29601 Marbella Tel: 952 863 332
Specsavers Opticas Fuengirola, Avenida Ramόn Y Cajal 6 (near to the bus station), 29640 Fuengirola Tel: 952 467 837

www.specsavers.es

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