Binghamton Bulldogs Collecting Toys For Golisano Children
So what's going on with the Binghamton Bulldogs? We know that they have joined the 30-team East Coast Basketball League (ECBL) and will play in the Mid-Atlantic Conference. This after playing in the American Basketball Association for the past three years.
Tryouts for the Bulldogs will take place in December, they are hoping for a January training camp with games starting in February. But that's not stopping them from doing something now in our community.
The Binghamton Bulldogs are participating in "Hoops For Golisano." It's a coordinated effort in our area to make a difference in kid's lives that can really use it. They are collecting toys to take to Upstate Golisano's Children's Hospital on December 12th.
They are asking all of their fans, parents of players in their youth clinics, and YOU to donate just one new toy. They are partnering with Bobbi-Jo Ocker to collect 60 total bags and with the power of the Bulldog Nation, they know that will happen.
2020 has been difficult for everyone including these kids, so they want to make it the best Christmas possible for these children. The hospital only accepts new wrapped toys and no gift is too small...or too big.
Toy donations can be dropped off at 3730 Maplehurst Drive in Endwell or at any of their Binghamton Bulldogs Youth programs at St. Ambrose, 203 Washington Avenue, Endicott.
The deadline is December 10th, so let's go Bulldog nation, and let's make a difference for these kids. WOOF!