Where to donate toys this holiday in Fairfield County

Organizations are making sure everyone has a chance to receive a gift this holiday season.
The Easton Fire Department is partnering with Al's Angels for a Toy Drive. It says it is looking for unwrapped toys for kids ages 0-10 years old only. Donations can be dropped off at the firehouse.
Collections have already begun and runs through Dec. 13.
In Milford, the Professional Firefighters Union is hosting a Toys for Tots program for any resident in need of toys.
All toy or monetary donations should be dropped off at the town's fire department.
Brookfield's 9th annual toy drive will take place at 84 Federal Road in the parking lot of Five Guys and Kohl's on Dec. 9, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Greenwich Police Department will host Stuff-A-Cruiser on Saturday, Dec. 2. The department will set up in front of Greenwich Public Schools, at 290 Greenwich Ave. It will be accepting new or unopened gifts.
Woodbury Police Department will host its annual Stuff A Cruiser on Dec. 2. in the D'Andrea's Plaza. All toys should be new and unwrapped.
The Fairfield Police Department’s Annual Holiday Toy Drive will run through Friday, Dec. 15. Toys should be new, in original packaging and not gift wrapped. Drop-off locations include: Fairfield Police Headquarters at 100 Reef Road and the Town Clerk’s Office at 611 Old Post Road.
The Noroton Fire Department is hoping to collect over 2,500 toys for local children.  Its dropbox is located in the rear of the firehouse, located at 1873 Post Road, Darien, CT. Collections run through Dec. 17.