Neighbors Emergency Center Hosts Toys for Tots Event in Austin, Texas - Community invited to Participate and Donate

Dec 11, 2015, 10:45 ET from Neighbors Emergency Center

AUSTIN, Texas, Dec. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Houston area based Neighbors Emergency Center in Lakeline will be hosting a Toys for Tots party this Saturday, December 12, 2015. This event is open for the community to attend.

The family friendly event is scheduled from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and will include free food and refreshments, and photos with Santa. Those who attend the event are encouraged to bring new, unwrapped gifts to donate to the program.

Toys for Tots is a U.S. Marine Corps program with the mission of collecting new, unwrapped toys throughout the months of October, November, and December. Each year these toys are collected and then redistributed to less fortunate children throughout the community.

The Neighbors Emergency Center in Lakeline is located at 12701 RR 620 N., Austin, Texas, 78750 and can be contacted by phone at 512-322-5104.  Or visit the Neighbors Emergency Center website at

Dr. Paul Alleyne, Chief Medical Officer, said, "Toys for Tots is an amazing way for the community to come together with the common cause of giving back.  Neighbors Emergency Center strongly believes in this mission, as it aligns with our values and purpose of being the Best Neighbors Ever and Making Lives Better."

About Neighbors Emergency Center:
Neighbors Health System operates Neighbors Emergency Center, a series of 24-hour freestanding emergency centers that have seen exponential growth in Texas since 2009. Neighbors Emergency Center believes in providing extraordinary care that is dedicated to making lives better every day, with an unfaltering vision to be The Best Neighbors Ever. This means providing unparalleled medical care driven by compassion, respect, and dedication and a focus on our patients, our culture, and the community.

Neighbors' 15+ locations service many communities, including Houston, Austin, El Paso, Beaumont, and the Permian Basin, with plans for centers in areas that include South Texas and Colorado in 2016.

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