Benefiting At-Risk-Children

We Need Your Support!

Drop off a toy at a location listed below
Have an Amazon account? Visit our Amazon Wish List
Attend one of the Toy Drive events listed below

Make a $ Gift and we will do the shoppingclick here

We want YOU to help us put a smile on the faces of hundreds of children this holiday season. The Toy Drive, launching Monday, November 20th, will be our 14th year helping underprivileged and at-risk youth in under-served communities in the Los Angeles Metro area.

The 2017 Toy Drive will benefit the following non-profit organizations:

LOCATIONS where you can drop off toys through Friday December 8th.
  • Children’s Dental Specialist Southbay – Lenise N. Yarber,BSDH, DDS
    20930 BonitaSt. Ste. Y, Carson, CA 90746 (310) 327-7969
  • Kinetic Studio 3701 w 54th Street, Los Angeles, CA  90043 (323) 207-8083 –
  • Yogurtland Miracle Mile- 310 S. La Brea Ave Ste A, Los Angeles, CA 90036
  • Yogurtland Ladera Heights- 5375-B W. Centinela Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90045

We are looking for ADDITIONAL business participation, if you would like to become a drop off location or if your company would like to conduct an in-house toy drive with your employees please e-mail us at or call 323-954-8988.


  • Small Business Saturday Holiday Boutique – Kinetic Studio 11/25 | 12-4pm 3701 W. 54th Street.
  • Manifest Your Destiny – Tuesday, December 5th at the Avalon Hollywood Click Here


  • Angel City Dental Society – The Angel City Dental Society is comprised of African American Dentists in Southern California. Our membership includes both general dentists and specialists. Click here
  • Los Angeles Urban League Young Professionals (LAULYP)
  • Divas in Power

Not sure of what type of gift to donate?

  • Toy Drive will be supplying Toys for children in K – 12 grades
  • Wish List for the Adolescents Click Here

Questions: Contact us at or call 323-954-8988.

For additional ways to participate this year? Click here

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This toy drive is a grass roots effort that has been organized by BlackNLA with the help of those in the community.

Launched in March 2000, serves as a community resource center for African Americans living, working and traveling to the Los Angeles area. Visitors to the site can get information that pertains to their interests and lifestyles, share information and network. provides an online directory of information on businesses, restaurants, local organizations, healthcare professionals, music, travel opportunities, upcoming events and more.