Anyone who lives in a family with three or more people that makes 40K per year or less is encouraged to apply for a toy or gift that will be shipped by www.muslimtoysanddolls.com to their home beginning Wednesday, August 25, 2010. for Eid Al Fitr. Families making 50K or less with four or more children are encouraged to apply. The deadline to apply is Friday, August 20, 2010.
All who want to purchase a toy to donate or give towards shipping (average cost $12.00 per family) can visit the web site at www.muslimtoysanddolls.com to donate. Please mention that you are placing your order for the annual Eid toy and gift drive coordinated by Baitul Salaam or making a donation towards the shipping of toys to financially struggling families for Eid Al Fitr 2010. The cost to ship toys packages average $12.00-$25.00 each depending on the weight of the package.
To date Muslim Toys and Dolls the drive sponsor has been able to collect 900+ toys/gifts donated from various toy and gift manufacturers and retailers from all over the globe. The company owned by Debbie Al Harbi carries a great variety of items that are suited for the most discerning taste in items specifically for Muslim families. The business operated by Ms. Al Harbi and her son is an efficient family managed operation. They will take great care this year to gift wrap each toy that will be shipped to families who qualify for free toys/gifts through the National Eid Toy and Gift Drive 2010.
The toys are being wrapped and we will begin shipping the toys next week Wednesday, August 25. We need more people to sponsor shipping of the toys. Your $12.00-$25.00 donation will ship a toy package to a needy family this Eid. We expect Eid to begin on September 11 or 12 this year.
To make a donation to help ship toy packages send your check/money to: Baitul Salaam Network, Inc., PO Box 115470, Atlanta, GA 30310 Attn: Ship Toys or use PayPal and send to email@example.com.
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