Trenchers hosting Toy Drive with Kam Chancellor on Friday

Guests are asked to bring and donate safe, non-violent toys for boys and girls.

Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor’s Kam Cares Foundation is hosting a toy drive this Friday at Trencher’s at The Landing.

The drive is the fifth annual in partnership with Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission and is hoping to collect enough toys to serve 1,000 children in need. A donation is required for entry into the event.

Guests are asked to bring and donate safe, non-violent and age-appropriate toys for boys and girls ranging in age from elementary to high school. Wish lists include (but are not limited to): Athletic toys, Legos, painting/art kits, board games and educational toys, remote controlled cars, hats, coats and scarves, movie gift cards and action figures (such as Star Wars).

The event is scheduled for 5 to 6:30 p.m.Friday, Dec. 2 at Trencher’s Kitchen and Tap, The Landing, 822, N. 10th Place.

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