Associated Podiatrists, P.C. Is Proud To Be A Sponsor Of S.A.Y. Detroit's Annual Holiday Party

This year our office has volunteered to be a sponsor for Mitch Albom’s S.A.Y. Detroit’s annual holiday party! The event will take place at The Salvation Army Harbor Light in Detroit and will help provide mothers and children of Detroit with a memorable experience this holiday season!
How can you help? Our office will be hosting a toy drive and accepting gift donations starting November 1st, 2019! We’re requesting gifts for children of all ages and since we’ll be taking them to S.A.Y. Detroit ourselves, we’re asking for them to be new and unwrapped.
Suggestions for gifts $15 and under: small remote-controlled cars, science kits, magnets/magnifying glasses/telescopes, craft kits, small computer games, construction sets such as Legos or K’Nex, board games, dolls, model or painting kits, age-appropriate books, small electronic hand-held games.
Not sure what to buy? Our office has setup an Amazon Wishlist specifically for this toy drive! All you have to do is click on our Amazon Wishlist and select which gifts you’d like to donate! Once the item(s) are in your cart, Amazon will automatically add our office address to your list of shipping options! Just select our address and your presents will be sent directly to us.
If you’re not able to donate, you can still help us by sharing this page or Wishlist with your friends and family! Any help spreading the word about this charity toy drive will be welcomed and appreciated.

Donations can be dropped off at or delivered to (if purchased online):
Associated Podiatrists, P.C. (Toy Drive)
26750 Providence Parkway
Suite 130
Novi, MI 48374
We thank you in advance for your generosity!

Have Questions? Call us at (248)348-5300 or send us an e-mail!

Associated Podiatrists PC

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