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Salvation Army needs volunteers for toy distributions

AMARILLO, TX - The Salvation Army needs your help distributing toys this week.

The organization is asking for 50 volunteers per half day shift for distributions on Monday and Tuesday. That's 100 volunteer shifts per day.

Jamie Klumpy is a volunteer for Salvation Army:

"There is a need, obviously. This warehouse is full of toys, and there are going to be a lot of kids coming through, and I know that what I am doing is going to put a smile on a child's face...and isn't that the meaning of Christmas? That's what it's all about for me."

Volunteers must sign up ahead of time with the Salvation Army.

Their contact information and more about volunteering can be found here.

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