Toy drive at Woodstock’s Pizza for Rady’s Children’s Hospital
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From 4 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 14, Woodstock’s Pizza, at 1221 Garnet Ave., will be accepting toy donations at their in-store “gift tree” to be given to Rady’s Children’s patients and the Ronald McDonald House, where many Rady’s patient’s siblings stay.
From 4 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 14, Woodstock’s Pizza, at 1221 Garnet Ave., will be accepting toy donations at their in-store “gift tree” to be given to Rady’s Children’s patients and the Ronald McDonald House, where many Rady’s patient’s siblings stay.
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’Tis the season for giving, and Woodstock’s Pizza is stepping up to the plate. Passionate about giving back to the community they call home, Woodstock’s is on track to raise more than $200,000 in 2018 for worthy charities around San Diego.

This December, Woodstock’s is celebrating the spirit of the holidays and benefitting with a month-long fundraiser and one-day toy drive event benefitting Rady’s Children’s Hospital.

From 4 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 14, Woodstock’s Pizza, at 1221 Garnet Ave., will be accepting toy donations at their in-store “gift tree” to be given to Rady’s Children’s patients and the Ronald McDonald House, where many Rady’s patient’s siblings stay. While the greatest need is for new infant and toddler toys, the items must be able to be sterilized for sick children.

Check the Rady’s Foundation Donation page for a list of do’s and don’ts for gifts. Christmas items for older children will also be accepted, and wrapping is not necessary. With a toy donation and purchase of any item at Woodstock’s, customers will receive a free regular Cinnabread dessert pizza as a sweet treat.

Complete with live music and a Holiday Lane on Garnet Avenue, the Rady’s Children’s Toy Drive at Woodstock’s Pizza Pacific Beach is not to be missed.

The giving doesn’t stop there – as a food sponsor for Rady’s Children’s Hospital throughout December, both the Pacific Beach and SDSU Woodstock’s locations will be selling $1 paper pizza slices to raise funds for the Rady’s Miracle Light program.

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