Vermont State Police, Burlington Fire Department and Morristown Police team up to collect toys for hospitalized children


2012 Operation Fire Cuff Collect Toys for the Vermont Children’s Hospital

Trooper Christian Hunt, Vermont State Police, Lamoille Outpost – 802-635-7036

Firefighter Philip Edgerley, Burlington Fire Department – 802-865-7202

Morrisville, VT – The Vermont State Police, City of Burlington Fire Department, and the Morristown Police Department are teaming up to form “Operation Fire Cuff”. This is a joint effort to collect toys for the children at the Vermont Children’s Hospital located at Fletcher Allen Health Care.

This event is in its second year, which will hopefully carry on for years to come. Last year’s event was a huge success, and this year’s goal is to collect even more toys.

Operation Fire Cuff will be held on December 14th, 2012 at 1:00PM; when presents will be delivered to the Vermont Children’s Hospital by members of the Vermont State Police, the Burlington Fire Department, and Morristown Police, accompanied by Santa.

If you would like to take part in this event or have questions please contact:

Trooper Christian Hunt (802) 635-7036 or [email protected]
Firefighter Philip Edgerley (802) 865-7202 or [email protected]

If you are willing to donate a toy, we would prefer they are unwrapped. Any donated toys will be accepted; however the hospital has identified some specific areas of needed toys, including:

Infants: Rattles and mobiles
Toddlers: Musical toys, pop-up toys, stand & walk toys, large blocks, stacking toys and trains
School Age: Legos, art kits (jewelry making, painting, etc.) and athletic gear (balls, clothes, etc.)
Tweens: Nail polish, body lotion and journals
Gift cards: iTunes, Walmart, Kmart, Best Buy, Hannaford, Chillis, etc.

Please drop off your donation by December 12, 2012 at one of the following locations:

Vermont State Police – Williston Barracks
2777 St George Road
Williston, VT 05495

Vermont State Police – St. Albans Barracks
140 Fisher Pond Road
St. Albans, VT

Vermont State Police – Middlesex Barracks
1080 US Route 2
Middlesex, VT 05602

Burlington Fire Department – Station #2
132 North Avenue
Burlington, VT 05401

Morristown Police Department
121 Lower Main Street
Morrisville, VT 05661

Thank you for helping make this a special Christmas for these wonderful children.

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