Somwhr Liquor Lounge Is Hosting A Toy Drive In Montreal

Santa is coming to a hospital near you.
Somwhr Liquor Lounge Is Hosting A Toy Drive In Montreal

With the holidays fast approaching, what better way to get into the holiday spirit than by donating toys to children in need?

The owners of Somwhr Liquor Lounge Adamo Mariani,Mykl Zadourian and partners are putting in place a donation toy drive in collaberation with the St Justine Foundation.

You can make a child's Christmas more enjoyable by joining Somwhr's three day toy drive on December 17-18-19.

Here's a chance for you to give back while you pass by for a drink or to party you can drop off your bags full of goodies to donate to the St Justine Foundation.

(No toys with fabric or material! it carries bacteria)

Talk about partying for a good cause.

If you can't make it out during those dates, Somwhr Liquor Lounge will leave their doors open on Tuesday the 22nd from 10 am to 12 pm (from the back door entrance located at 394 rue St Jacques Ouest) so you can pass by then.

Santa will be delivering these toys to the children of the Ste Justine hospital on Christmas morning.

Join the movement and help put a smile on a child's face. It's priceless.

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