Noblesville Fire Department Accepting Donations For Christmas Food & Toy Drive

11/04/2020

The Noblesville Fire Department is seeking assistance from the community to ensure local families have a joyous holiday season. The fire department is currently accepting donations for its annual food and toy drive to benefit more than 100 less-fortunate families in Noblesville.

2020 marks the 43rd anniversary since the program started. The fire department has partnered with Kroger for food needs and Meijer for toys.

The fire department is accepting canned goods, non-perishable food items and new, unwrapped toys through Friday, December 4. Donations may be dropped off at any of the Noblesville Fire Stations or at Noblesville City Hall, 16 South 10th Street. Deliveries to the families will take place on Saturday, December 12.

The fire department also is accepting monetary donations (checks are preferred – made payable to the NFD Hamilton County Community Foundation). Secure online donations may be made through the Central Indiana Community Foundation donor portal. If making an online donation, please type in “Noblesville Firefighters Fund” under the Fund Name section. 

“For over four decades, the Noblesville Fire Department has had the honor of delivering food and toys on behalf of the generous citizens and businesses of Noblesville, who willingly donate to this great cause,” said Noblesville Fire Chief Matt Mitchell. “The gratitude displayed by the recipients of these gifts is impossible to describe.”

For more information, contact the Noblesville Fire Department at 776-6336.

 

Donation Drop-off Locations:

Station 1 - 135 South 9th Street Downtown at Ninth Street and Maple Avenue
Station 2 - 400 South Harbour Drive South Harbour
Station 3 – 2101 Greenfield Avenue   The Wellingtons
Station 4 – 20777 Hague Road   North and East Harbour
Station 5 – 10170 E. 191st Street  The Meadows
Station 6 – 16800 Hazel Dell Road Hazel Dell
Station 7 – 15251 Olio Road Behind Ruoff Music Center
Noblesville City Hall (16 S. 10th St.) Downtown at 10th and Conner streets