Toys for Tots Drive Saturday, December 19th 2015 11:15AM TO 1:45PM

Thank You for all who participated:

2015-12-19 Toys for Tots

PLEASE BRING: workout gear, a basketball, and a new, unwrapped toy to donate to Toys for Tots.  If you can not attend but would still like to drop off a toy please stop by Monroe MS between 8am and 2pm.

West San Jose NJB will be hosting a free special basketball skills clinic this Holiday season.

We are looking forward to working with players who want to take the time to GIVE BACK and continue to improve their basketball skills.  The objective for Toys for Tots is to help less fortunate children in Silicon Valley experience the joy of Christmas.  Last years event was a success and looking forward to another great turnout!

We are partnering with a non-profit that works with immigrant families in East Palo Alto and the neighboring area. They host a year-end Posada in December where they serve immigrant families of the community in which they will give toys to the children (ages 3-10).

The holiday skills clinic will be lead by WSJ Coaches Akshay Mani, Dino Plancarte, Erin Hazard, Sammy Khidir, and Tom Smith.

  • Saturday December 19th 7pm to 8:30pm
  • Monroe Middle School
  • 1055 S. Monroe Street San Jose CA 95128
  • PLEASE BRING: workout gear, a basketball, and a new, unwrapped toy to donate to Toys for Tots.

Welcome to Nuestra Casa – http://www.nuestracasa.org Nuestra Casa is a community education organization dedicated to increasing civic participation and promoting economic self-sustainability of the Latino immigrant population of East Palo Alto and the area served by the Ravenswood City School District.

Core Values Community: We realize that by working alone, we will not reach our destination.

Integrity: We conduct ourselves in a manner that is ethical and just.

Respect: We value the opinions and perspectives of every community stakeholder.

Humility: We premise our work on meeting the needs of those we serve.

Collaboration: We seek strong partnerships to ensure the greatest impact in our community.

Best Regards, The West San Jose NJB Board