The toys collected during the drive will be donated to children at Dallas Children's Advocacy Center, a United Way service provider.
The SMU Staff Association announces the toy drive in partnership with SMU Parking and ID Card Services.
Toys for Tickets will only be accepted at the SMU Parking and ID Card Services
location in the Hughes Trigg Student Center.
This opportunity allows drivers to pay off unpaid parking tickets by donating toys of equal or greater value. Ticket dismissal applies only unpaid SMU parking tickets issued for unauthorized parking, parking without a permit, over time parking, or improper display/vehicle registration.
To participate in the Toys for Tickets exchange, drivers must bring their parking tickets and a receipt for the toys by Monday, Nov. 23rd to the Parking and ID Card Services Office located in Hughes Trigg Student Center.
Types of Toys Requested
Please provide new, unused, full-size, non-violent, unwrapped toys, such as Board Games, Disney DVDs, Footballs/Basketball/Soccer Balls, Arts/Crafts, NERF Products, Remote Control Cars, Action Figures, LEGO, Barbie, Disney Dolls, Infant Toys, Baby Dolls, Leap Frog Items, Vtech Items, MP3 Player/Portable CD Player, Hair Accessories, Wallets, CDs, Bath & Body Works/Axe Gift Sets, Purses, Skateboards, PJ Pants, Jewelry/Watches, Perfumes/Cologne, or Tablets.
The Dallas Children's Advocacy Center (DCAC) coordinates the investigation and prosecution of the most severe cases of child abuse in Dallas County, serving more than 4,100 children and their non-offending family members last year. DCAC houses the Child Abuse Unit of the Dallas Police Department, five units of CPS, and a Dallas County District Attorney. Having these professionals under one roof drives collaboration and communication in the very sensitive cases that DCAC coordinates. For more information about DCAC, please visit dcac.org.
Don't have a citation? You can still donate toys to any of the collection box locations.