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NTC Employees Give Toys to Two Amazing Causes This December

Posted by Gina Morales on Tue, Dec 13,2016 @ 11:12 AM

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NTC team members participated in two worthwhile causes for needy children in December. 

Toy Drive Christmas 2016 

At NTC, giving is part of our corporate culture. We ensure that we give to causes that make the most impact in our Tampa Bay region all year long, so the month of December is no different. 

Each year, two celebrity radio personalities lend their name for their respective charities to ensure the neediest children in our area receive gifts for the holidays. 

Orlando Davis of Wild 94.1 spends a week outdoors for 24 hours each day on a toy tower.  The fifth annual event collects donations to  benefit The Children’s Home, a non-profit organization, which serves as a sanctuary to abused, neglected or abandoned children in Tampa Bay. 

Drew Garabo of 102.5 The Bone also held a toy drive for Toys for Tots, on Friday, December 9. NTC gave hundreds of dollars worth of toys and gift cards to both causes to ensure no child gets left behind this holiday season. We are so happy we were able to make the difference. 


How can you help the children and families of our Tampa Bay community?

Text “DONATE” to 85944 to make a one-time donation of $10 – donation charge will appear on your next wireless bill.

OR Make a Donation Online NOW.

Click HERE to make a donation by credit card or call 813-864-1535. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover are accepted.


About The Children’s Home:

Since 1892, The Children’s Home continues to strengthen communities through programs that support, serve and protect children and their families. Its programs help over 15,000 children and adults each year by: strengthening families through family support, outreach, and prevention services; supporting children through therapeutic and traditional foster homes; supporting relative care-givers as they provide for children in their care; and healing the trauma of abuse and neglect for over 100 children in residence annually on its healing campus.

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