Last-minute spots for holiday donations in San Francisco

Getty Images file photo | Clip artThere are still quite a few spots to drop off toy and holiday donations in The City.

Getty Images file photo | Clip artThere are still quite a few spots to drop off toy and holiday donations in The City.

It is not too late to make donations, especially for kids in San Francisco. Several organizations are holding toy drives on Christmas Eve, and the donation locations are listed below.

13th annual Lefty O'Douls Last Chance Toy Drive

Location: Lefty O'Douls, 333 Geary St., San Francisco

The St. Anthony Foundations donation drive

Location: St. Anthony's, 150 Golden Gate Ave., San Francisco

San Francisco Firefighters Local 798 toy drive

Location: Handlery Union Square Hotel, 351 Geary St., San Francisco

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