Palisades Rotary Club Sponsors Toy Drive

L.O.L. Dolls was one of the most requested items for young girls.

The Pacific Palisades Rotary Club is hosting a holiday toy drive. All residents are invited to participate.

The toys will go to families at the Salvation Army Westwood Transitional Village, a nonprofit organization helping families transition from homelessness to independent living.

All donated toys should be new and unwrapped. They can be dropped off at 16320 Akron Street. The gate will be locked but you can reach over the fence and drop them in the plastic bins. The drop-off deadline is December 9 and 10.

The 79 children who are requesting toys and games range in age from babies to 17-year-olds. This might also be a great opportunity to support the town’s toy store Palisades Playthings (310-454-8648) or Paliskates (424-252-9993). 


There are nine females and eight males under one year of age and the parents need baby toys and cars, as well as teething toys for the babies.


There are nine girls, ages two through six, and they have asked for Playdough, Surprise L.O.L. Dolls (L.O.L is short for “Little Outrageous Littles”), Baby Alive, Fur Real Friends, Barbies, Paw Patrol and Sponge Bob toys.

The 13 girls ages seven to eleven would like L.O.L. Dolls, Barbie dolls, Baby Alive, Playdough, scooters, skateboards, tie-dye, arts and crafts kits, jewelry kits and board games.

The nine girl teens would like tie-dye, arts and crafts, jewelry kits, makeup, fashion kits, board games, perfume sets and skateboards.

Boys and girls requested skateboards.


The four boys ages two through six are asking for Sponge Bob, Legos, Paw Patrol, remote control cars and scooters.

There are 12 boys ages seven to seven and their wish list includes: Hot Wheels, Legos, remote-control cars, scooters, footballs, basketballs, board games and skateboards.

The 15 older boys would like skateboards, basketballs, footballs, remote-control cars, scooters and board games.

If you have questions, email Rotary member Marka

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