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HIGH SPRINGS ‒ Due to the current pandemic and COVID-19 concerns, the High Springs Police Department (HSPD) and the City of High Springs are changing the way Operation Holiday Cheer 2020 will be conducted this year. Instead of accepting toys and other items for High Springs’ children in need, Operation Holiday Cheer 2020 is asking for monetary donations.

The funds will be used to purchase and sanitize items for the children prior to making the annual holiday delivery.  

Monetary donations can be dropped off into the mailbox at the entrance to the HSPD, 23720 N.W. 187th Avenue. Deadline for drop off will be Wednesday, Dec. 9, at 4 p.m. If donations are in the form of a check, they should be made out to the High Springs Police Department.

City staff will team up to make special deliveries to families that have already been identified through the help of local schools. Questions should be directed to Angela Robertson at 386-454-7319 or through email at arobertson@highsprings.us.

The City of High Springs and the High Springs Police Department have expressed their appreciation of the community support that makes it possible to provide for children through Operation Holiday Cheer.

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HIGH SPRINGS ‒ Due to the current pandemic and COVID-19 concerns, the High Springs Police Department (HSPD) and the City of High Springs are changing the way Operation Holiday Cheer 2020 will be conducted this year. Instead of accepting toys and other items for High Springs’ children in need, Operation Holiday Cheer 2020 is asking for monetary donations.

The funds will be used to purchase and sanitize items for the children prior to making the annual holiday delivery.  

Monetary donations can be dropped off into the mailbox at the entrance to the HSPD, 23720 N.W. 187th Avenue. Deadline for drop off will be Wednesday, Dec. 9, at 4 p.m. If donations are in the form of a check, they should be made out to the High Springs Police Department.

City staff will team up to make special deliveries to families that have already been identified through the help of local schools. Questions should be directed to Angela Robertson at 386-454-7319 or through email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The City of High Springs and the High Springs Police Department have expressed their appreciation of the community support that makes it possible to provide for children through Operation Holiday Cheer.

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Email cwalker@

alachuatoday.com