Sprinkles with Fire

The Cause: Scottsdale Fire Department’s annual toy drive
The Place: Sprinkles (Scottsdale Rd & Camelback)
The Location: 4501 North Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, Arizona 85251
The When: November 29th through December 14th during normal business hours

One of our all time favorite things in life is Sprinkles Cupcakes! If you are someone who has yet to experience these remarkable gifts bestowed by the God of Sweets, Kakia (or Cacia) who was the god of vice and moral badness (we are making a big assumption here as eating sweets/chocolate is considered a vice), then this is your excuse to pick up an unwrapped toy at the nearest Target and exchange it for a truly beautiful creation!

Treats for Toys at Sprinkles November 29th Through December 14th Sprinkles Cupcakes Teams with Scottsdale Fire Department, Special Event December 9th

Sprinkles annual holiday toy drive has collected 4,853 toys for deserving children since 2011! Firefighters and a fire truck will be at the Sprinkles store December 9th at 4 p.m. to help raise awareness for the toy drive.

Note: The engine company will remain in-service prior to and during the activity so the crew may have to respond to an emergency call.

Guests who bring a new, unwrapped toy for young children through high school aged youth to Sprinkles Cupcakes November 29th through December 14th will receive a free cupcake of their choice*. The promotion is part of the Scottsdale Fire Department’s annual toy drive which provides toys to local underprivileged children. Organizations benefitting from the toy drive include the U.S. Marines Toys for Tots Program and Scottsdale’s Paiute Neighborhood Center.

As the Christmas season approaches, children all over the Valley will not have a gift to open. Programs like Toys for Tots donates thousands of gifts to needy children all over the country. For more information call (480) 970-4321 or visit www.sprinkles.com

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