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Team Mildenhall Donate Toys For The Holidays

250 toys worth over $4,500 were donated to support families in need in Mildenhall and the surrounding communities during the holidays

Published on December 10, 2020

Team Mildenhall Team Mildenhall donated 250 toys to families living in the town of Mildenhall. US Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Joseph Barron.

First sergeants and leaders of the US Air Force based out of RAF Mildenhall have donated over 250 toys to families in need in the town of Mildenhall and surrounding communities.

The toys, worth up to $4,500, were donated to a local community center as a sign of appreciation from the base for the Mildenhall town community.

The gifts were donated on Monday December 7, and will be given to families in need in and around Mildenhall, a special mission from the US Air Force to spread holiday cheer and happiness during the festive season.

Huge congrats from us at The American for such a lovely gesture!

If you'd like to donate toys for kids in the UK or the US, there are lots of organizations which can help. The Salvation Army in the UK has a number of centers and churches across the UK which are accepting unwanted gifts and toys as part of their 2020 Christmas Appeal - go to www.salvationarmy.org.uk/christmas-present-appeal for more details.

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