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Sadly, we had to postpone our Holiday Toy Event 2020 

this year, due to COVID.

We areplanning on doing it in 2021, when it is safe for 

all of us to get together.

That may mean, a Spring Break Christmas or 

Christmas in July!

We will keep everyone posted.

Happy Holidays from all of us at Working Dreams!

Working Dreams Holiday Toy Event 2020

Happy Holidays from Working Dreams

Lola Levoy, President and Founder, Working Dreams


Working Dreams Holiday Toy Event 2020

Honorary Committee- The Los Angeles Commission on the Status of Women, Richard and May Ziman, Valerie 

                                    Fitzgerald- Coldwell Banker

Host Committee- Cindy Gray, President - Moss and Company; Bradley Luster, Mark Silverman, Martin Beck - Major 

                             Properties; Alan Shuman, Kymberli Gayles, Jocelyn Smith, Shante Doyle

The Holiday Season is quickly approaching!

All of our lives have changed drastically this year. COVID-19 has made everyday life a challenge. Many of us are still sheltering in place, working at home and seeing our family and friends virtually online.

Our children are also in a difficult and sad position of having to attend virtual school classes. As hard as it is for our children to attend school online, imagine how even more difficult it is for Foster Children to keep up their schooling when many do not have computers, laptops or event wifi.

We cannot forget our Foster Children in these trying times.

We are well aware that this is also an economically trying times for all of us.

We are still going forward with our Holiday Toy Event 2020 and it will be different this year. It will be a no contact drive through toy pickup. Foster families will remain in their cars and drive through the Marriott Courtyard Culver City parking lot, open their trunks and the volunteers will place the toys, wrapped in bags, in their trunks. The families will then exit the hotel parking lot. Unfortunately, there will be no arts and crafts tent, no DJ, no magic show by Geebo, no Vision to Learn van, no visit from the Culver City Fire Department and no lunch served to the families.

Our goal is to provide gifts for over 18,000 Foster Children this holiday. With your help, we can reach this goal. Please buy a toy or a gift certificate. 

You can click on the purple AmazonSmile button below, and you will be taken to our Holiday toy wish list to purchase a gift 

for a child. This toy will be sent to Working Dreams for the Holiday Toy Event 2020. Please do not forget to fill out the gift

 tag on Amazon so we know who to thank!

We are asking our wonderful and loyal donors to help this year by sending a toy or toys or by sending a monetary donation via PayPal or a check to Working Dreams to help our Foster Youth have some semblance of normalcy during the holidays. 100% of all monies and toys received will benefit our Foster Youth.

All donations, monetary and toys, should be sent to:

Working Dreams

118 S Beverly Drive, #222

Beverly Hills, CA 90212

Or please click on the red Donatebutton, below, and send your monetary contribution via PayPal.

If you are unable to send your toys or gift cards donations, please call Working Dreams at 310-273-9850, x107, or contact us via email and we will arrange for a pick-up.

Our email addresses are:

Jocelyn Smith, or

Kymberli Gayles,

All the best to you and your family during this Holiday Season.

If you would like to become one of our wonderful volunteers at our no contact Holiday Toy Event 2020, please click on the 

below GREEN button.

Regsitration is closed for Foster Youth. We have reached our 1000 maximun capacity. See you next year!.

Working Dreams

A non-profit dedicated to enriching the lives

of Foster Care Children in Los Angeles County.

Working Dreams is dedicated to helping Foster Children of Los Angeles County.​

We also are dedicated to the health and safety of our community.

Please be diligent in following the Covid-19 guidelines-

                                     Wash your hands with soap and warm water for 20 seconds

Maintain 6 feet Social Distancing

Wear face masks when out in public

Stay at home whenever possible

We will get through this together

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