State Police, Target make holidays brighter

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Delaware State Police  teamed up with Target and the 1212 Corporation to provide toys to children in need.

On Dec.  22,  troopers distributed toys at the 1212 Corporation’s holiday party.  The toys were donated by troopers and civilian members of the Delaware State Police, as well as the Brandywine, Christiana, and Dover Target stores. Gifts were provided to approximately 50 children. The party was organized by 1212 Corporation Director, Rev. Tyrone Johnson, along  with employees Gwen McLendon and Joice Washington.

The 1212 Corporation is a national organization dedicated to helping those who struggle with substance abuse and addiction, and their families. The Delaware location is on Washington Street in Wilmington.
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