Student council officers from St. Thomas More Catholic School pose with the results of a Christmas toy drive to benefit Catholic Community Services. (Contributed photo)

Student council officers from St. Thomas More Catholic School pose with the results of a Christmas toy drive to benefit Catholic Community Services. (Contributed photo)

Students bring in new toys for Catholic Community Services

Students at St. Thomas More Catholic School in Lynnwood held a Christmas toy drive to benefit Catholic Community Services in Everett.

Dozens of boxes and bags full of new toys and games were collected to help the nonprofit’s multi-service family center, which includes many services for local families and children, including supportive housing for pregnant women, foster care programs, newborn supplies and more.

Learn more at ccsww.org.

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