Next Session of SNAP Classes
Sunnyvale Neighborhoods Actively Prepare (SNAP) emergency preparedness training conducted by Sunnyvale Public Safety. Click here to see the schedule and register to participate.
Challenge Team Sunnyvale, January 29
"Reason for the Season" food/blanket/book drop off on December 18th, 7am - 10am
January Challenge Team Meeting is January 29 at 7 a.m. at Public Safety headquarters. For more information, visit the Challenge Team page.
Rides for Toys, December 8
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Rides for Toys
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Can I ride with my child on the fire engine?
A: Yes, children under 10 can have a parent ride along.
Q: How many people can ride per toy donation?
A: One rider per toy donation.
Q: How many times can my child ride?
A: One ride per toy donation.
Q: What kinds of toys are most needed?
A: Any new, unwrapped toys are appreciated. There is a larger need for ages 7 to 11 years old.
Q: What organization receives the donations?
A: Sunnyvale Community Services receives and distributes the toys through their Community Christmas Center. For more information about this agency and other ways to help, please visit their website at www.svcommunityservices.org