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DDS asks for help for Toys for Tots
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The Marine Toys for Tots Foundation is in desperate need of help this holiday season. Please remember to take a new and unwrapped toy to drop off while conducting your driver licensing business.

The Georgia Department of Driver Services is partner ing with the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation this holiday season as a toy collection site. DDS customers may drop off new, unwrapped toys during customer service center operating hours through December. Most of the 62 centers operate Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.  Several centers do have alternate hours, visit to verify the hours of operation. However, all centers are closed on Monday statewide.

“While DDS is committed to improving customer service to the motoring public, we also believe in the power of contributing to the community,” said DDS Commissioner Gregory C. Dozier. “Thank you for helping us contribute to Toys For Tots this holiday season.”

The primary goal of the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation is to deliver a message of hope at Christmas time by providing a new toy to needy youngsters that will motivate them to grow into responsible, productive, patriotic citizens and community leaders. For more information on the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation or to donate online, visit:

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