Toys for Tots Hawaii – The Marine Corps’ Toys for Tots Hawaii program is pleased to announce that it collected more than 250 toys and more than $4,500 in monetary donations at its first “Tricycle Cup” toy collection competition in Tamarind Park at Bishop Square
Tuesday, Nov. 17th.

This friendly competition pitted downtown businesses against one in another to see which firms could donate the most to the annual Toys for Tots drive.

Marines were on hand from 6 a.m. until 2 p.m. accepting donations, and the U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific Band provided a lunchtime concert of holiday music as a thank-you to the downtown Honolulu community.

The top three donating firms will be announced and presented with Tricycle Cup trophies at the annual VIP Reception Thursday
evening, Nov. 19th.

Special thanks go out to the staff of Tamarind Park at Bishop Square for hosting the Marine Corps’ Toys for Tots Hawaii program for this special event.

‘Chuck Little is the Deputy Director, Public Affairs for the U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific’



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