RENO, NV - The Reno Sparks Corridor Business Association and the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office are asking for the public’s help in making Christmas a little brighter for children and seniors who live in Reno’s 4th, 5th and 6th Street “Corridor” by donating to the 17th annual Christmas on the Corridor.
Christmas on the Corridor started in 1996 as a simple opportunity to hand out cookies to a few hundred children, and has grown into a huge annual community benefit. To help make this year’s event a success, donations of the following new items are needed:
Coats, hats, and gloves.
Backpacks and school supplies.
Toys of all kinds for all ages.
Games for teens and tweens, MP3 players, movie passes or electronics.
Shampoo, soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes.
Books on CD, puzzles, paint by number sets, slippers, lap blankets, and anything else that would be appreciated by seniors.
The deadline for donations for this year’s Christmas on the Corridor is December 17.
Donated items may be dropped off at the Sheriff’s Community Work Program Office at 350 S. Center Street (directly across from the Downtown Reno Library) between 6:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, contact Brooke Howard at (775) 785-4242.
Donated items will be distributed during the Christmas on the Corridor event Saturday, December 21.
The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office, Reno Sparks Corridor Business Association, and their partners public and private endeavor to bring Christmas to many children who would otherwise go without. They also sponsor families throughout the year, providing food, clothing, everyday essentials and school supplies.