Del Mar salon holding toy drive

Local salon, iTAN Del Mar, is asking Del Mar residents to bring a new, unwrapped children’s toy to the salon, starting Thursday, Nov. 1, through Friday, Nov. 30, to donate to local charity event, Toys for Joy.

Nineteen percent of San Diego families live in poverty. Last year, Toys for Joy was able to provide 8,000 toys; 12,000 bags of groceries; and 130,000 articles of clothing and shoes to brighten the lives of many San Diego Kids. When residents bring in their donation to any of iTAN Sun Spray Spa’s 22 locations in San Diego, they will also receive a free Sun, Spray or Spa service. Local residents are encouraged to bring their donation to iTAN Del Mar located at 3545 Del Mar Heights Road, Suite C7, Del Mar, 92130.

The Toys for Joy event will take place at Lincoln High School  on Saturday, Dec. 8 and will provide food, toys and clothing to San Diego families in need. For more information contact iTAN Del Mar at 858-792-9392, visit www.iTANSunSpraySpa.com, or join the conversation at www.Facebook.com/iTANSunSpraySpa.

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