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Maplewood senior communities host toy drive

December 4, 2018

Maplewood Senior Living is joining forces with the Connecticut State Police to host its annual toy drive.

The event, now in its 18th year, is inviting anyone that wishes to make a donation to bring an unwrapped toy or toys to any Maplewood Senior Living community in Connecticut now through Dec. 20. Toys will be distributed to local families across the state.

“Maplewood is proud to support the Connecticut State Police with its mission to bring toys to needy children,” said Gregory Smith, CEO and President of Maplewood Senior Living in a news release. “Many of our residents and our staff members partake in community outreach to help others. The toy drive offers a way for our residents to give back to the community this holiday season in a very meaningful way.

Toy donations may be made at the following Maplewood Senior Living communities:

Maplewood Senior Living, One Gorham Island, Suite 100, Westport

Maplewood at Danbury, 22 Hospital Avenue, Danbury

Maplewood at Newtown, 166 Mount Pleasant Road, Newtown

Maplewood at Stony Hill, 46 Stony Hill Road, Bethel

Maplewood at Strawberry Hill, 73 Strawberry Hill Ave., Norwalk

Maplewood at Orange, 245 Indian River Road, Orange

Maplewood at Darien, 599 Boston Post Road, Darien

Maplewood at Southport (Leasing Gallery), 1720 Post Road, Fairfield

For more information regarding the toy drive, contact Sergeant Dan Semosky at 203-240-9300.

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