Springfield Police Officer Kevin Sweckard Donates Radio Contest Winnings to Toys for Tots
Published by Junior Staff Writer on December 14, 2013
A Springfield police officer won $500 from a radio contest and decided to use half his earnings to buy toys for children to help make their Christmas special.
Kevin Sweckard called his local radio show at the right time and won a promotion that earned him $500, according to JRN.com. He and his family then took half of it and bought toys for the Marines’ “Toys for Tots” program.
Sweckard bought six Big Wheels tricycles and a teeter totter for the toy drive.
“Hopefully some kids will be tearing up their driveways soon in these rigs,” he told the KSPW morning show.
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