Here's an important note and the opportunity for our d-bag readers to do something nice for a change.

One of the most important local holiday charities is running short on supplies amid the ongoing supply chain crisis. 

Here's the sitch . . .

"That’s 20,000 kids who won’t get a Christmas if we’re not able to produce,” Marine and local Toys for Tots campaign coordinator SSgt. Warren Ory said. “We are looking to the community for help. If you could find it in your hearts to donate, we are really in need for ages 0-2 and 11 plus.”Last year, the organization served more than 34,000 children in the area. The OPCC said the need for toys has increased this December.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .

Toys for Tots reports shortage of 20,000 toys in Kansas City area

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Marine Toys for Tots Foundation and Overland Park Convention Center (OPCC) report a shortage of more than 20,000 toys across the Kansas City area. There are an estimated 56,000 children up to age 16 in need of toys in the area this holiday season according to the OPCC.