Arizona Builders Alliance hosts annual toy drive
Staff Reports | Digital Free Press
Construction workers across Arizona united this holiday season to share joy and hope with over 2,500 underprivileged children by supporting the Arizona Builders Alliance annual community service board’s 2023 Toy Drive.
Over 150 construction companies and individuals donated a mountain of toys and $40,000 to purchase gifts for Arizona’s second-largest annual Christmas toy drive, according to a press release.
Volunteers spent hours wrapping and delivering thousands of LEGO sets, bicycles, Barbie dolls, trucks, and other gifts for Christmas events held Dec. 18-20, the release states.
“The generosity of construction workers who have come together to contribute to the community has brought joy to countless children across the state,” said Kim Davids, Arizona Builders Alliance president, in a prepared statement. “As a leader in Arizona’s construction industry, we urge members to participate in community efforts to create positive impact and inspire a community sense of togetherness.”
Major contributors to this year’s toy drive include Rosendin, Hensel Phelps, Big-D, Sundt, IMCOR, Alston, Kortman, and TDIndustries.
“Rosendin is proud to contribute to the ABA’s annual toy drive and support families living in Arizona communities where our employees live and work,” said Brandon Stephens, Rosendin VP.
“It brought us joy to once again sponsor an elementary school classroom to give students a holiday party with gifts, treats, and a day of fun.”