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CHP Hosts Chips For Kids Toy Drive

The California Highway Patrol held their annual Chips For Kids toy drive. Action News Now reporter Luna Nas spoke with officers about why the program means so much to them.

Posted: Dec. 4, 2018 6:34 PM
Updated: Dec. 5, 2018 11:20 AM

CHICO, Calif.- CHP has kicked off its annual "Chips for Kids" toy drive for needy children this holiday season. They hope to get unwrapped toys for the 2400 kids that have been displaced by the Camp Fire.

"This year we're hoping to make it alot bigger," said CHP public information officer, Logan Callihan. 

In years past, CHP has catered to 300-350 kids in partnership with the Salvation Army to get toys for kids but this year they hope to exceed expectations. 

There are more than 20 drop-off locations throughout Red Bluff. You can still donate at CHP offices all over the North State including the CHP offices in Oroville and Chico.

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