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Operation Beauty Within~Teen Esteem Toy Drive


Beauty Within~Teen Esteem Christmas Toy Drive is proud to partner with Children's Hospital of Los Angeles to provide toys to boys and girls. We are seeking your assistance in bringing the Christmas spirit to the less fortunate! Your donated toys, clothing and books will be delivered to children. Donating or contributing is easy and it will bring great joy to you and your family!

We are looking for sponsorship's, donations, places to put stocking boxes and angel trees.

God Bless and Merry Christmas!

For more details
 
Please send unwrapped toys to: Beauty Within~Teen Esteem Toy Drive
                                                  7320 Reseda Blvd. #372143
                                                  Reseda, CA. 91337-2143
                                                  (818) 441-8891

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