Brampton By-law Enforcement invites you to give back for the holidays

GTA Weekly News
Toy Drive

BRAMPTON, ON – Join Brampton By-law Enforcement in celebrating the holiday season by helping local families in need. In November and December, staff will be hosting two campaigns to give back – Toys for Tickets and Stuff-a-Jeep.

Toys for Tickets
From Monday, November 27 to Friday, December 1, motorists who receive a Penalty Notice for parking are invited to pay it off by donating a new children’s toy or a gift card, with receipt, equal to the penalty amount. Toys must be in original packaging and should be intended for ages newborn to 18 years. All toys collected will be donated to the local Toys for Tots program, administered by the Salvation Army of Peel Region and supported by Peel Regional Police.

Motorists who want to give back through Toys for Tickets may attend City Hall or 485 Chrysler Drive between November 29 and December 8, Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, with their toy or gift card.

Motorist who receive a Penalty Notice for parking in an accessible space without a permit, parking in an accessible loading zone, parking in a fire route or parking on private property are not eligible to participate in the program.

Enforcement officers will also be at local Walmart locations on Saturdays, November 18 to December 9, from 10 am to 4 pm accepting food and toys to support those in need in the Brampton community.

• November 18 – 50 Quarry Edge Drive
• November 25 – 5085 Mayfield Road
• December 2 – 5085 Mayfield Road
• December 9 – 9455 Mississauga Road

All donated items will go to the local Toys for Tots and the Salvation Army Food Sharing Network.

Help support your community and give local families a wonderful holiday season. For more information, visit

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