SAN ANTONIO – Over half of the toys collected for kids residing on the Alazan-Apache Courts had been stolen simply at some point earlier than the scheduled toy drive, in keeping with the San Antonio Housing Authority.
The distribution occasion scheduled for Saturday afternoon will nonetheless go on as deliberate, in keeping with SAHA. Nonetheless, there might be restricted toys accessible for the youngsters.
“Volunteers will proceed with the toy distribution with the restricted toys to supply households with one thing for the vacations,” SAHA mentioned in a press release.
The toys had been stolen throughout a break-in on Dec. 18 locally room, SAHA officers mentioned. They had been set to be distributed amongst greater than 200 youngsters on the toy drive.
The vacation help offered to the households on the Alazan-Apache Courts is a part of a 20-year custom, in keeping with SAHA’s web site.
“With a median family revenue of lower than $9,000 on the property, vacation help makes a distinction for the households who look ahead to the occasion every year,” SAHA officers mentioned in a press release.
To be taught extra concerning the incident, go to SAHA’s web site right here.
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