loader image
Tuesday, May 21, 2024
81.8 F
McAllen
We Welcome your Press Release
- Advertisement -

DHR Health Participates in Edinburg Police Department’s 25th Annual “Blue Santa” Christmas Toy Drive

Translate to Spanish or other 102 languages!

DHR Health presents a $5,000 donation to Edinburg Police Chief David Edward White and the Edinburg Police Department for the 25th Annual Blue Santa Christmas Toy Drive.
DHR Health presents a $5,000 donation to Edinburg Police Chief David Edward White and the Edinburg Police Department for the 25th Annual Blue Santa Christmas Toy Drive.

A donation of $5,000 was given by DHR Health to provide toys, blankets, and heaters for under-privileged children in the Edinburg area

Mega Doctor News

- Advertisement -

Edinburg, TX – December 1, 2017 – During the season of giving, DHR Health is partnering with the Edinburg Police Department for the 25th Annual Blue Santa Christmas Toy Drive. This year, the Blue Santa Toy Drive is expected to deliver toys, blankets, and heaters to approximately 3,000 children in our community.

DHR Health was proud to present the Edinburg Police Department with a donation of $5,000 to purchase items for the 25th Annual Blue Santa Toy Drive. The annual event provides gifts to families in the community who might be struggling during the holiday season

“DHR Health hopes to make this Christmas brighter for children and families in Edinburg,” states Marissa Castañeda, DHR Senior Executive Vice President. “DHR Health and the Edinburg Police Department share the same dedication to community, and we are proud to again partner with them for the Blue Santa Christmas Toy Drive.”

- Advertisement -

If you would like to participate in the toy drive, donation boxes are located at the Edinburg Police Department, Edinburg City Hall and any Walgreens location in Edinburg, Texas.

On Saturday, December 16th, the Edinburg Police Department will be distributing all of the purchased and donated toys at the Edinburg Police Department, located at 1702 S. Closner Blvd., Edinburg, TX 78539. For more information about how to donate or to volunteer for the Blue Santa Toy Drive, contact Edinburg Police Department Community Officer Balde Gomez or Officer Araceli Pena at (956) 318-8824.

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

- Advertisement -

More Articles

Zumba Dance Party for Seniors, May 16th

Mega Doctor News Molina Healthcare of Texas hosted a Zumba dance class for...

Moms Club Event Focused on Maternal Mental Health 

A study found that maternal mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety disorders affected 13.2% of Texas mothers.

Final Nursing Home Staffing Rule Would Require 102,000 Additional Caregivers, Cost $6.5B Per Year

The AHCA/NCAL analysis of the final rule uses staffing, cost, and facility data from the federal government: CMS' Payroll Based Journal, Medicare Cost Reports, and Care Compare. 

Pharr EMS:  Learn Lifesaving Procedures & Tour EMS Headquarters, May 23rd

The Stop the Bleed event aims to empower individuals with the knowledge and skills to assist in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrive
- Advertisement -
×