Presented by Nestle Baking

From Thanksgiving through the New Year, the Cleveland Cavaliers celebrate the “Season of Giving, present by Nestle Baking, a series of charitable visits and events designed to help feed the hungry, lift spirits of ailing children and spread the joy of the holiday season to the underserved.

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The Cavaliers and Cleveland Monsters make the holidays special for children in our community by hosting their annual Toy Drive. Fans are asked to participate in the Toy Drive by bringing new, unwrapped toys to Quicken Loans Arena. Collection bins will be set up at the entrances of The Q for all home games for the two teams starting on Wednesday, November 23rd and running through Friday, December 16th. All donated toys will then be distributed to non-profit organizations throughout Northeast Ohio that work with underserved children.

Fans can donate toys at the following home Cavs games: Nov. 23rd vs. Portland; Nov. 25th vs. Dallas; Dec. 1st vs. Los Angeles, Dec. 9th vs. Miami; Dec. 10th vs. Charlotte.

Toy donations will be accepted at the following home Monsters games: Nov. 26th vs. Grand Rapids; Dec. 2nd and 3rd vs. Milwaukee; Dec. 6th vs. Grand Rapids; Dec. 14th and 16th vs. Iowa.

Harvest for Hunger—one of the largest annual, community-wide food and funds drives in the nation—provides critical resources to local hunger relief organizations in twenty-one counties in Northeast and North Central Ohio. At Cavs home games on March 14th and 16th, fans can donate canned goods and non-perishable items at all entrances of Quicken Loans Arena.

Cavaliers Legacy Projects are designed to provide children and families in Northeast Ohio with safe places to Live, Learn and Play. Since 2008, the Cavaliers have completed five such projects, including the funding and construction of a home for Habitat for Humanity; the construction of an outdoor basketball court at East End Neighborhood House; the installation of an outdoor sports court at the Cleveland Clinic Children Hospital for Rehabilitation; the renovation of a family lounge at the Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital for Rehabilitation and the renovation of a family room and resource center at Ronald McDonald House of Greater Cleveland.