West Virginia University faculty, staff and students have donated toys throughout the holiday season to construct Toy Mountain, located in the Mountainlair. The College of Business and Economics has helped build that mountain with a contribution this year.
“We would also like to give special recognition and thanks to the College of Business and Economics and Dean Javier Reyes for sponsoring their own toy drive in support of Toy Mountain,” said Kim Harrison, assistant director of Student Engagement and Leadership.
The toys were donated to Christian Help today (Dec. 12).
“Toy Mountain is a great way to give back to the Morgantown community,” said Sue Fusco, operations manager for Student Engagement and Leadership. “The support the program has received over the years has been very much appreciated.”
WVU’s Office of Student Engagement and Leadership kicked off the toy drive at the men’s basketball game vs NJIT on Nov. 30. The toys are given to Morgantown's Christian Help as a part of its annual holiday toy distribution for children in and around the Morgantown area.
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