Tag Archives: Toys for Joys

Gay for Good needs your help on Tuesday, Dec. 2nd

G4G BostonWith the holiday spirit of giving now in full swing I’m hoping that some of you will step forward to volunteer and help The Boston chapter of Gay for Good assemble the Toys for Joys, Inc. – T4J signature wagons in advance of their party.

Please help spread the word and share this post on FB and TwitterT4JVolunteers are needed Tuesday, December 2nd 6:30 – 8:30 pm

The assembly will take place at Parterre Garden Services which is located between Fresh Pond and Alewife at 67 Smith Place, #12 Cambridge, MA 02138.  For more details please visit the G4G Facebook event page.

Toys for Joys 2014 registration NOW OPEN

T4JThe annual Toys for Joys Party (#T4J2014) registration is open!

The T4J party is one not to be missed.  This social party helps collect and distribute toys for children in and around Boston who might otherwise not have gifts to open on Christmas day.  Devoid of long drawn out speeches and rubber chicken dinners, this is an amazing event that seems to get better each year.

Saturday December 6th – RSVP Today HERE!

This year is no exception as T4J moves to a new venue in Bay Village at The Revere Hotel Boston Common – Space 57.  Check out last year’s video below and for more information about the event visit their website here.

Date/Time: Saturday, December 6th / 8:00 PM to 1:00 AM 
Location: 200 Stuart Street
Donation: $35.00 charitable event donation upon registration & 3 toys.

Toys for Joys (save the date)

T4JHeads up if you are new to the city or perhaps have not attended the annual Toys for Joys party that collects presents for underprivileged children. The annual tradition is moving to a new location in Bay Village / Theater District at Space 57 at The Revere Hotel Boston Common.  Save the date, Saturday, December 6th. I’ll be sure to let you know when the 2014 registration opens in a few weeks time.

Save the date, Saturday, December 6th. I’ll be sure to let you know when the 2014 registration opens in a few weeks time.  For more information about the event visit their website here

Toys for Joys party recap

T4JThis past Saturday night the annual Toys For Joys party was held in a new, larger venue.  More than 600 men and women braved a snowstorm to bring gifts that will be given to charities that help make Christmas a little extra special for children in the area.

Thank you to everyone who posed for a picture and to Piper Jo Nevins Photography for letting me swipe a few of their event photographs for the T4J video.

2013 Toys for Joys one month from today

Boston Toys for Joys (T4J) PartyThe holiday season may not be on your radar right now. I know it isn’t on mine, but I wanted to remind you that one month from today is the 2013 Toys for Joys.

The venue has changed and there is now a small registration fee so be sure to register early to ensure you may join what I think is the best holiday party fundraiser in Boston.

Time: Saturday, December 14, 2013 from 7:30 PM to 12:00 AM
Location: 1 Black Falcon Ave. Boston
Registration: toysforjoys.org 

Toys for Joys registration is now open

BostonEarlier this month the organizers behind the annual holiday fundraiser, Toys for Joys, announced that the event would be held on Saturday, December 14th in a new, larger location in Southie. This past Friday Toys for Joys registration opened.  A modest registration fee of $30 has been added this year. I hope to see you there.

Time: Saturday, December 14, 2013 from 7:30 PM to 12:00 AM

Location: 1 Black Falcon Ave. Boston (formerly Black Falcon Cruise Terminal)

Registration: toysforjoys.org 

Toys for Joys 2013 – December 14th

T4JOne of my favorite holiday traditions in Boston is the annual Toys for Joys party.  The growing popularity of this event appears to have moved the party from the Artist for Humanity building to the larger Black Falcon Cruise Terminal in South Boston. You can stay up to date with all the plans for this year’s party (their 5th anniversary) by liking T4J’s Facebook Page.

Mark your calendars – Saturday, December 14th

Enjoy this quick video from the 2012 party