for SF Firefighters Toy Program
Support the Annual San Franciso Firefighters Toy Program! For over a quarter of a century, BOMA SF members and their tenants have been the largest contributor of toys to this annual program that serves over 40,000 local families. For the 2020 program, we are taking it virtual and hope to continue and surpass our historical collections! This year there are thousands of children who are in need. SFFD Toy Program is taking all precautions to stay safe during COVID. SFFD appreciates your generosity over the past years and is thankful to be included your holiday plans. This program only works because of the generosity and kindness of donors like yourselves.
How Can You Contribute in 2020?
Purchase a New Toy Online to be Donated
Click SHOP NOW to purchase the toys and gifts you would like to donate. You will receive a tax receipt at the time of purchase. At the end of the drive, all toys will be shipped to the SF Firefighters for distribution to the children.
Online prices include shipping, handling & YouGiveGoods services.
Order Toys to be Delivered to SFFD Toy HQ
You may also order toys from a provider (AMAZON or whichever store you choose) and have them shipped directly to:
SF Firefighters Toy Program
2225 Jerrold Ave
San Francisco, CA 94124
Drop Off Toys at any SF Fire Station
Click here for a complete list of fire stations.
Thank you! Your toy donation will bring joy to a child in need in our San Francisco community.
The San Francisco Firefighters Toy Program, run by the SF Fire Fighters Union, Local 798, is the city's largest and the nation's oldest program of its kind. Since 1949, it has evolved from a few firefighters repairing broken toys and bikes for 15 families to over 300 firefighters and friends volunteering their time to distribute over 200,000 toys to more than 40,000 disadvantaged children year-around. Besides helping individual families in need, the Toy Program serves many community organizations, including shelters for abused women and children, inner-city schools, neighborhood groups, children's cancer wards, and pediatric AIDS units. We also respond on a year-round basis to displaced children who become victims of fires, floods and other such disasters.