SOUTHBURY — Wireless Zone in the Southbury Plaza is once again partnering with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots campaign and will feature collection bins at its store during the holiday season.

The Toys for Tots campaign delivers new toys during Christmas to less fortunate children in every community it serves. Toys can be dropped off until mid-December at the Wireless Zone located at 100 Main St. North.

“As our organization continues to grow, we are continually looking for ways to support and give back to our local communities,” said Dave Staszewski, executive vice president of Wireless Zone. “During the holiday season it is especially important to embrace the spirit of giving and charity in each and every location in which we serve our customers.”

In 2018, Wireless Zone contributed several thousand toys to be distributed by Toys for Tots to less fortunate children nationwide with the goal of delivering a message of hope to our young generations.

Marine Corps Toys for Tots has been listed as a top charity in the Philanthropy 400, earned a Charity Navigators four-star rating, and was accredited by the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance.

“We encourage each of our customers to bring a toy donation with them on their next visit to Wireless Zone,” said Wireless Zone franchisee Jonah Engler. “We look forward to helping make this year’s Toys for Tots campaign the most successful one yet.”

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