Sullivan State Farm toy drive helps Cape Coral children
Sullivan State Farm will be bringing many smiles to hundreds of children and families in the Cape Coral community this holiday season.
State Farm agents Dawn and Michael Sullivan at 2708 Santa Barbara Blvd., #120, Cape Coral are collecting new, unwrapped toys and gifts through Dec. 16 to benefit Alexander’s Toy Drive in conjunction with the Cape Coral Police Department.
The Sullivan Agency will serve as a drop off point for those wishing to donate a new, unwrapped toy appropriate for a 6-year-old boy in memory of Alexander. Sullivan State Farm agents Dawn and Michael Sullivan and their staff will also be donating gifts to the cause. Toys will be donated to the Cape Coral Police Department in Alexander’s name.
Some of the toys the drive hopes to collect include:
Arts and crafts supplies, bikes, scooters, skateboards, board games, cards, puzzles, books, journals, action figures, gift cards, headphones, speakers, Lego sets, movie and theme park tickets, musical instruments, new or refurbished electronics, remote control vehicles or drones, sports equipment, and video games.
On Dec. 14, 2013 Rachel and Ryan Gentile tragically lost their infant son Alexander in an accidental drowning. That Christmas, they decided to donate all of his toys to a little boy his age. They’ve carried on that tradition each year since, proudly supported by the Sullivan Agency.