Hasbro has the spirit!
I find the Canadian Salvation Army confusing and unhelpful when it comes to giving toys. The American one is confusing in this respect as well, which is why I spent more time talking about Toys for Tots.
So, um, sorry, and good luck.
If you live near Victoria there's apparently a donation event called a "Toy Run". It appears to involve motorcycles.
Apparently "Santa will arrive on his famous tuk tuk". I assume that this means something in your country. I also assume that it's awesome.
Bronies of Great Britain and Ireland:
Your Nations' Salvation Army website says that they are accepting toys all the way up until the 16th! So check out the following webpage: http://www2.salvationarmy.org.uk/…/AD0E7DC981AEEDC480257942…
Go forth and give!
My Fellow Ameribronies
and to all others who may have let the time for toy donations pass:
Do not despair! You may not be able to give ponies, but you can still give!
Check out the website's other ways to help page....
There's plenty of ways you can still help all the little fillies and colts!
Also, I did some more research, so here's an update on the whole Salvation Army thing. According to their website, while they do not approve of homosexuality it does NOT affect their charitable works. Here's their position statement: http://www.salvationarmyusa.org/…/B6F3F4DF3150F5B5852574340…
Make of it what you will.
Here's the last warning. To all you Ameribronies who have not donated yet but plan to:
TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY THAT TOYS FOR TOTS IS ACCEPTING TOY DONATIONS.
I'm having trouble finding specific dates for other charities, but in order to get toys out in time for the holidays, I'm sure they'll be ending soon too! So everypony who still plans to donate, do so soon!
Just a heads up! Tomorrow is the first day of December and many Toy Drives stop accepting donations soon. Toys for Tots stops accepting on December 4th! So if you're planning to donate, and you haven't yet, make sure you know how much time you have left.
I received an e-mail today from a Brony concerned about the practices of the Salvation Army. Apparently the Salvation Army, due to it's particular religious affiliations, discriminates against gay and lesbian people. You can find more information in the controversy section of the Salvation Army Wikipedia page.
The Salvation Army will remain in the "Where to donate" section of the website, but I felt that everyone should have the information to make an informed decision of their own.
Don't forget to fill out our survey once you've donated: http://operationwinterwrapup.weebly.com/donation-survey.html