How to Donate Toys and Gifts to the Voucher Toy Store


Thank you for your interest in donating toys and gifts to the Christmas Voucher Toy Store. It's generosity like yours that makes this entire program work! We are looking for items valued between $10 and $50. Our biggest need this year is for gifts for older kids, ages 10-18. If you need ideas please check out our gift list. We already have plenty of stuffed animals and clothing.

How to Donate

To donate, you can place the gifts in barrels by the retail registers and back drop off areas at all of our stores. Gifts need to be new, in their original packaging, but there is no need to gift wrap.

Looking For an Easier Option?

Don't have the time? That's ok- we get it! What you can do is donate online right now. All donations will go to making Christmas possible for families in need! Thank you!
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
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This program opens doors to living wage careers and escaping systemic poverty!
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
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St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho
East Boise Community Reentry Center
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