Randolph Crisis Center receives toys donation

Mike Allen, Candace Bongiovanni, Executive Director of Randolph County Crisis Center Dare Spicer, and Charlie Glass stand with 2 truck loads of toys from Carolina Classic Cars which held a Toy Drive on Saturday, Dec. 18. (PJ WARD-BROWN/NORTH STATE JOURNAL)

ASHEBORO — Carolina Classic Cars, a new vintage car dealership west of Asheboro, donated over 200 toys to the Randolph Crisis Center ahead of Christmas.

A truck loaded with toys at Carolina Classic (Contributed Photo)

“We are overwhelmed and overjoyed by the generosity shown to our children from the Carolina Classic Car Toy Drive,” said a press release from the Crisis Center. “The children who come to the Family Crisis Center Advocacy Centers, shelter, and Emmys House will have toys every day because of all of you who gave.”

Carolina Classic Cars held a Toy Drive on Saturday December 18th and this morning they took the toys to the Randolph County Crisis center on South Fayetteville street in Asheboro, NC on December 23rd, 2021. PJ WARD-BROWN/NORTH STATE JOURNAL