Thanks to your donations and contributions! Help us make 2018 an even better year for our community by donating to the Sacramento Sheriff's Toy Project!
The Sheriff's Toy Project is only possible because of gracious people like you. Your donations directly help children in the Sacramento Area have a happy and healthy life.
Sacramento Sheriff's Toy Project
Toy Project News
Members of the Sheriffs Toy Project board participated in the Al and John Spring Charity Bowling Tournament at Steve Cook's Fireside Lanes. All proceeds were split between the VFW and Toy Project. Thanks for the great time and generous donation.
Sheriff's Toy Project and Metro Fire
Do you have an old bicycle that you are not using? Do you want to make a positive difference for a child in need? Toy Project and Metro Fire are joining together to RE-CYCLE your old bicycles and give them to those in need. For more information see our News page.
Free E-Waste Pickup Fundraiser to benefit:
Sheriff's Toy Project
Have any old electronics (working or not) you'd like to get rid of? eWaste4good picks e-waste up from your home/business in California, safely recycles them and all proceeds go to local charities like ours!
1. Click this eWaste4good Pick Up Request link
2. Select "SACRAMENTO COUNTY S" in first drop down menu
3. Select "Sheriff's Toy Project"
4. Fill out the rest of the Pick Up Request form
5. Recycling dispatchers will call you back within a few days to schedule pick up, leave electronics on your driveway by 8am on the scheduled day, they'll pick them up and all proceeds will go to Sheriff's Toy Project!
Serving the Sacramento Area
The Sheriff's Toy Project, an innovative collaboration between peace officers, non-profit agencies, private donors and businesses, was created to better serve less fortunate children and families. The program provides a character building environment for offenders, who work with law enforcement officers to help people who are in times of need or suffering from hardship. The Toy Project provides a connection between law enforcement, people in need and those in the community capable of giving.
We encourage you to visit our facility for an unforgettable "feel good" experience. You can take a virtual tour right now, or for an appointment to visit in person, please call our office at (916) 361-4571.
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