Georgia Tech Holds 10th Annual Michael Isenhour Toy Drive

Nov. 17, 2010

The Georgia Tech Student-Athlete Advisory Board will hold the 10th-annual Michael Isenhour Toy Drive beginning at the Georgia Tech – Duke football game Nov. 20. New, unwrapped toys will be collected from fans as they enter the football stadium, or they may be dropped off at the Georgia Tech Athletic Association during business hours.

Georgia Tech Student-Athletes are looking to collect new unwrapped toys or monetary donations at the three designated events. Donations will be distributed to the Ronald McDonald House, Atlanta Children’s Shelter, and/or Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Atlanta.

The Toy Drive was the brainchild of former Georgia Tech basketball player Michael Isenhour in an effort to help 9/11 families, and began in 2001 as Isenhour was battling leukemia. The Georgia Tech Student-Athlete Advisory Board renamed it the Michael Isenhour Toy Drive to create an ongoing legacy to their fellow student-athlete, who lost his battle with cancer in 2002.

Collection Dates:
Saturday, Nov. 20th, Football vs. Duke
Sunday, Nov. 21st, WBB vs. UConn
Tuesday, Dec. 7th, MBB vs. UGA

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