Donate to the 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS 'Stuff the Sleigh' Holiday Toy Collection |

Donate to the 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS 'Stuff the Sleigh' Holiday Toy Collection

Donate to the 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS 'Stuff the Sleigh' Holiday Toy Collection


Toys from KSTP’s Stuff the Sleigh will enable the Salvation Army to distribute gifts to children this holiday season. We are collecting gifts for kids in all age groups - from infants to teens.
This holiday season, the Salvation Army expects to see a greater need for services - the pandemic continues to create hardship for tens of thousands of Minnesotans. In addition to the 130,000 still unemployed from the pandemic fueling the need for help, inflation and food shortages are now adding to the challenges. Plus, 60,000 Minnesota families who are behind on their rent could face eviction, so the need to help families this Christmas has never been greater. Please give our struggling neighbors some hope for the future by making their holiday a little more memorable. The pandemic doesn't have to keep a child from feeling safe and loved this Christmas.

Donate from Monday, November 22nd through Friday, December 10th.

Donations may also be dropped off at:

KSTP 5 Eyewitness News Studios, 3415 University Avenue in St. Paul

Click here for a list of drop-off locations

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Dropoff locations

Our thanks to the generosity of our local business community

If you or your company are interested in making a donation to the "Stuff the Sleigh" campaign, please contact Director of Public Affairs Joe Johnston at

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