Shop "Til You Drop" Kid's Charitable Holiday Toy Shopping Frenzy

Wednesday, Dec 1, 9:00AM
Rockledge, FL — Imagine the chaos of an entire toy store instantly overrun by a mob of shoppers grabbing everything in sight — for needy kids! Thousands of dollars worth of toys will be snatched from the shelves of the Toys ‘R Us store in Viera in the blink of an eye to give to children in need.
On Monday, December 6th at 10:30am, that is exactly what will happen as a mob of Health First employees storm the front doors of the Toys ‘R Us store in Viera, clean out the shelves, load up their carts, spend thousands of dollars, and fill a waiting truck headed for Brevard’s most needy children.
It’s like the old game show “Supermarket Sweep,” but this time, every item is headed for the hands of a child in need!
Health First’s President and CEO Mike Means will 'rally the troops' before they ‘storm the store’ at 10:30 am.
“Brevard County is our home. It's home for us as a company, and it's home for the majority of our associates, patients and clients,” said Health First President & CEO Mike Means. “Our commitment to this community is about more than helping those who walk in our doors seeking care and comfort. It’s also about lending a hand to those in our community who need it most.”
As part of Health First’s commitment to help families in its home county of Brevard, Health First will be donating all the toys that its employees can grab to the 107.1 A1A’s Toys For Kids Charity Campaign.
Health First selected the 107.1 A1A Toys For Kids Charity Campaign because it is completely based in Brevard County and ensures that every dollar and every toy collected stays in Brevard to help Brevard kids.
Health First has been serving the residents of the Brevard County area since it was founded in 1995, with its roots extending back to 1937 when Holmes Regional Medical Center opened as the first hospital in Brevard County.
Today, Health First is the only multi-hospital, not-for-profit health system in Brevard County. This means that every dollar not used to pay for patient care stays in the county to improve healthcare services for all residents, including those without the financial means to pay.
Take I-95 to Exit 191 (Wickham Road).
Go west on Wickham Road.
Continue past the Wal-Mart on the right.
Bear to the right after the Wal-Mart onto Lake Andrew Drive.
Toys 'R Us is located next to Office Depot about ½ mile on the right.