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Last Minute Toys Store In Need and Tickets Still Available



Store running low on categories of toys and 500 tickets to shop still available for less fortunate 
Davidson County residents

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nashville-Davidson County Sheriff Daron Hall and Last Minute Toy Store (LMTS) 
organizers are asking the community for additional assistance as their efforts continue through 
Saturday. The volunteer turnout is unprecedented, and to-date, 1,500 shopping tickets have been 
dispersed; however, there are certain categories of toys needing donations.

“The Last Minute Toy Store is asking for girls’ toys, ages four to 12 years, and toys for zero to 
three. Additionally, all the bicycles are gone,” Hall said. “We want the shopping experience to be 
just as rewarding for the parents who shop this afternoon and tomorrow as it was for those who were 
able to shop yesterday. Having additional donations in those categories for children in need would 
help us make that happen.”

Additionally, 500 shopping tickets remain for Davidson County residents who may need assistance 
putting toys under the tree this year.  Families who have not already received toys through other 
programs are eligible and should provide the following:
•  Photo identification
•  Proof of Davidson County residency (utility bill, rent receipt, etc.)
•  Official documentation showing name and date of birth for each child (birth certificate, 
government assistance card or letter, shot record, etc.)
•  Proof of income (pay stub, unemployment/government assistance/separation from work 
documentation, etc.).

Donations, ticket giveaway, and shopping all happens at the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office 
Service Center, 5117 Harding Place today until 5 p.m. Tomorrow, donations will be accepted all day, 
ticket giveaway begins at 9 a.m., and shopping continues at 11:30 a.m. MTA bus service is available 
on route 52B.

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