Georgia Tech Athletics to Host Michael Isenhour Toy Drive

Nov. 6, 2014

THE FLATS – The Georgia Tech Student-Athlete Advisory Board will host the 14th annual Michael Isenhour Toy Drive, beginning at the Nov. 15 football game vs. Clemson at Bobby Dodd Stadium.

Fans are asked to bring a new, unwrapped toy or a monetary gift to the game. Student-athletes representing Georgia Tech’s athletic teams will be stationed at every gate entrance to collect toys for charitable donation.

Collection bins will be available in the lobby of the Georgia Tech Athletic Association (corner of Bobby Dodd Way and Techwood Drive) during normal business hours (8 a.m. – 5 p.m.) from Nov. 17-Dec. 12.

Monetary donations are also being accepted through the Georgia Tech Athletic Association. To donate, write a check to “Georgia Tech Athletic Association” and write “Michael Isenhour Toy Drive” on the memo line. Mail the check to:

Michael Isenhour Toy Drive
c/o Leah Thomas
150 Bobby Dodd Way NW
Atlanta, GA 30332

The Toy Drive is named in honor of former Georgia Tech basketball letterman and Student-Athlete Advisory Board member Michael Isenhour, who died in 2002 following a battle with leukemia. Isenhour spearheaded the first Toy Drive in 2001 to help families affected by 9/11, and since then, SAAB has continued the annual project in his memory.

Georgia Tech (7-2, 4-2), ranked No. 24 in the latest College Football Playoff Top 25, will host No. 21 Clemson for its home finale Nov. 15 at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Game time will either be noon or 3:30 p.m. ET. To purchase tickets, fans can call 888-TECH-TIX or visit

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