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“CHiPs for Kids”: San Francisco Bay Area CHP Asks Help in Spreading Holiday Cheer

December 10, 2010

The Golden Gate Division of the California Highway Patrol is asking the public’s help in collecting toys and canned food for needy children this holiday season. “CHiPs for Kids” runs through December 20. Collection spots around the Bay Area are available to take new toys that will be distributed to children in local shelters.

“Last year’s toy drive was a big success, and we hope to collect even more toys this year,” said Chief Teresa Becher, Division Chief of the CHP Golden Gate Division office, in a press release.

The campaign also spotlights the importance of safe driving, including wearing seat belts and the proper use of child safety seats.

Below are the CHP offices that are accepting donations Mondays through Fridays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Golden Gate Division
1551 Benicia Road., Vallejo

(707) 648-4180

Castro Valley
21020 Redwood Road, Castro Valley
(510) 581-9028
Oakland
3601 Telegraph Ave., Oakland
(510) 450-3821
Contra Costa
5001 Blum St., Martinez
(925) 646-4980
Redwood City
355 Convention Way, Redwood City
(650) 369-6261
Dublin
4999 Gleason Rd., Dublin
(925) 828-0466
San Francisco
455 Eighth St., San Francisco
(415) 557-1094
Hayward
2434 Whipple Rd., Hayward
(510) 489-1500
San Jose
2020 Junction Ave., San Jose
(408) 467-5400
Marin
53 San Clemente Dr., Corte Madera
(415) 924-1100
Santa Rosa
6100 LaBath Ave., Rohnert Park
(707) 588-1400
Napa
975 Golden Gate Dr., Napa
(707) 253-4906
Solano
3050 Travis Blvd., Fairfield
(707) 428-2100

 

 

 

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