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WWE teams with the U.S. Marines' Toys for Tots campaign
Each year, WWE donates millions of dollars worth of products to various charities.
This holiday season, WWE and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program have teamed up to provide toys for needy children throughout the Connecticut area. And this year, our fans can help.
On Dec.10, Jeff Hardy, Cody Rhodes and Mickie James will be at Tommy K Vitamins, 54 Research Drive, Stamford Conn., from noon to 2 p.m., helping the U.S. Marines with their Toys for Tots campaign. For a minimum $15 new, unwrapped toy donation, you can get an autograph and meet the WWE Superstars.
"I remember what it was like growing up and getting my favorite wrestler action figures and making them do different moves and everything I would see on TV," said Hardy. "It's very important, and a great feeling. The vision of seeing a child smiling after receiving a new toy means the world to me."
If you are headed out to Raw at the Arena at Harbor Yard in Bridgeport, Conn., later that evening, you can help as well. WWE will be accepting new, unwrapped toy donations, which the U.S. Marines will pick up at the arena.
For more information or to donate to Toys for Tots, visit its official Web site.