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2014 Holiday Gift Mart for Children

Holiday Toys

This is just a reminder that at all the Rotary luncheons between now and December 4, we will collecting Christmas gifts and donations for gifts for the 158 children at Gombert Elementary School who are eligible for free and reduced lunch.  These gifts will then be available to their parents to purchase at $2/gift at the Gift Mart program on December 13 at Georgetown Elementary School.


Attached again is the list of suggested toys but you can purchase whatever you think is appropriate for school age children. We are asking that the gift be $15-$20. .  Checks should be made out to RCNC with “Gift Mart” written in the memo.


If you cannot make any of the upcoming luncheons, then please feel free to drop off your donations at the Naperville CARES office at 618 West 5th Avenue, Ste B.  Just be sure to note it is for the Gift Mart program.  


2014 Gift Mart Toy Wish List




Skate board


Roller Skates

Bike Helmet

Knee Pads


Over the door basketball hoops

Soccer Ball

Giant Multicolored Ball

Splat Balls

Hover Balls

Electronic Scrabble

Nerf Gun

Minecraft figures, games, books, swords, etc...

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles toys

Hex Bugs

Simon Swipe

Monopoly ( fun versions)

Simon Bop-it

A Bike….. I know cant be new for 20 bucks!!!:)


Violin ( I am not sure this one would work)

Books – I survive books,  Percy Jackson and Dork Diaries)

Littlest Pet Shop toys

Frozen (any toys from the movie Frozen)

Little Live Pets (Tweet Talking Bird

Rainbow Loom

Pens (colored, smelly, sparkly)

P-dazzle pens

Stuffed Animal (waddle with big eyes)

Beanie Boos


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