Duluth firefighters drop off toys to Duluth Salvation Army

Duluth firefighters shop for toys at Target for Salvation Army

Duluth firefighters help out the Salvation Army with big toy donation on Monday.

For the 23rd year in a row, Duluth firefighters collected cash to buy Christmas presents for area kids.

Monday morning, they spent time at Target and picked up $6800 worth of toys.

Assistant Chief Pete Johnson added, “As firefighters, we often see people on really bad days, and in some really bad situations. I think this is a testament to our members, about how much money they donated to make somebody’s holiday a little better. And hopefully this helps.”

The toy and food distribution will begin on Tuesday this week.