The Falmouth Police Department will hold its eighth annual Stuff-A-Cruiser Drive to benefit the Falmouth Service Center on Saturday, December 5. 

Renamed the COVID-19 Gift Cards for Kids Drive, the police department is accepting gift cards instead of toys this year. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Falmouth Service Center is not accepting toys for its annual holiday toy program.

Police will accept $25 gift cards to Olympia Sports, Target, TJ Maxx and Walmart during its Stuff-A-Cruiser Drive. The gift card drive runs from 11 AM to 2 PM on December 5 at the Walmart parking lot at 137 Teaticket Highway in Teaticket. The police department will also accept gift cards in the lobby of the Falmouth Police Station at 750 Main Street through Sunday, December 6. 

The service center will distribute the gift cards to local families in mid-December. During a typical year, 600 children receive toys through the center's holiday toy program.

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