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!

eWaste 4 Good

Thank eWaste 4 Good will pick up your old, broken, used electronics you need to recycle and send all proceeds to Toy Project!! Save yourself a trip to the dump and donate to a local charity simultaneously!

Donate Your Old Bike!

Drop Off at any Metro Fire Station

Sheriff's Toy Project and Sacramento Metropolitan Fire are partnering to bring bikes to kids.  Bikes can be dropped off at any Metro Fire Station (  Bikes are gifted year round and on the holidays.  Bikes are cleaned and repaired.  Broken or incomplete bikes are accepted and will be fixed before being given to the community. 

News & Upcoming Events

Toy Project News -  Sacramento, CA 

Successful Fireworks Booth!

Thank you to all of our volunteers and everyone who purchased their fireworks from our TNT fireworks booth on Marconi Ave & Fulton Ave!  We hope everyone had an amazing 4th of July celebration!

​Leah McDaniel Toy Drive

Toy Project is honored to have been contacted by the family of Leah Ann McDaniel who tragically passed away five years ago at just 3 years old. Leah’s family wants to give back to the community in memory of Leah by means of an annual toy drive and fund raiser. All new unwrapped toys and proceeds from their events will go to the Sheriff’s Toy Project to benefit children in the Sacramento area.

The family would like to celebrate Leah’s birthday and invite any and all that would like to attend the 4th annual Toy Drive in the name of Leah. This celebration is open to the public so that the family can spread the word about the annual toy drive and meet people that might be interested in attending or helping out at future events. The celebration will be held at St Mary’s Cemetery located at 6700 21st Avenue in Sacramento on Sunday, October 7th from 1pm to 5pm. Family and friends will be gathered at plot # 819F on the Holy Angels Baby Lawn. The family will be serving drinks hot or cold (weather dependent). Please come out and support Leah’s family in their worthy cause to give back to the community.

Donations can be made in the name of Leah to the Sheriff’s Toy Project, 10117 Mills Station Rd Suite C, Sacramento, CA 95827.

Thank you for your support.