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Press Release
May 1, 2019

McMinnville Toy Store To Host Summer Food and Toy Drive for Children
Hopscotch is Collecting Donations for Underprivileged Families on Behalf of ​The Yamhill Community
Action Partnership

McMinnville, Ore. (May 1, 2019) - Hopscotch will host its first annual Summer Food and Toy Drive

for underprivileged families in the McMinnville community. Donations will be accepted from May 1 to

May 30.

The Summer Food and Toy Drive will benefit children in the community at a time of year when the

need for food and toys is second only to the holiday season. “When the school year ends, children

no longer have free school lunches to depend on and their parents might not be able to afford food

or toys,” said Linda Hayes, owner of Hopscotch.

The donations will be distributed through ​The Yamhill Community Action Partnership. YCAP believes

that communities benefit by ensuring all of their young people are provided with the basic

opportunities or services necessary to support them.

Donations should be brought to Hopscotch on 103 SE Baker St. Food donations must be cans or

non perishable food, and toys must be new or lightly used. People who donate will receive $2 in

store credit at Hopscotch.

Contact Information
Media Contact ​Hopscotch Yamhill Community Action Partnership
Gillian Wilson 103 SE Baker St. (​503) 472-0457 or 1 (855) 216-5289 (Toll Free)
(541) 415-2808 McMinnville, Ore 97128​ ​
(503) 472-3702

About Hopscotch
Hopscotch (​​) is a toy store located in McMinnville.,Ore., that provides children with toy​s t​hat
encourage critical thinking, problem solving and imagination. Hopscotch​ believes that a strong local economy is the best
thing we can give to all of our children. Dollars spent locally go back into the community helping the most vulnerable
through support of local charitable organizations.

About ​The Yamhill Community Action Partnership

YCAP (​​) was founded in 1980 as part of a nationwide network of social service agencies designed to
help improve the lives of low-income people and strengthen communities. YCAP assists the residents of Yamhill County in
four primary service categories: Client Services and Housing, Energy Services, the regional Food Bank and Youth
Services. YCAP provides food to 17 emergency food pantries strategically located throughout Yamhill County.