Toys for Tots

Click here to view Toys For Tots guidelines for 2014 and the application form.

The Worcester County Toys-for-Tots program will be accepting registrations from November 3, 2014 through December 12, 2014.

To register to receive toys for your children, you must register at ONE of the following registration sites, please choose the one closest to your home:
If your area is not represented by one of the agencies listed, Oak Hill CDC accepts registrations for all of Worcester County. But be sure to ONLY REGISTER AT ONE LOCATION. DUPLICATE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE VOIDED.

You must present the following documentation when registering:
1) Parents Photo ID
2) Parents social security card
3) Children’s Birth Certificates (Proof of custody if they are not your biological children)
4) Proof of assistance type (i.e. Mass Health, EBT card, etc.)

  • Oak Hill CDC, 74 Providence Street, Worcester, MA 01604
    Monday – Friday from 9 am to 4 pm
    Oak Hill also accepts online registrations at
  • Friendly House, 36 Wall Street, Worcester, MA 01604
    Monday – Friday 9 am to 4 pm
  • Centro las Americas, 11 Sycamore Street, Worcester, MA
    November 5 through December 12
    Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays 9 AM to 11:30 AM at Centro main office
    1:30 PM to 4:30 PM at Great Brook Valley office
  • Green Island Neighborhood Center, 50 Canton Street, Worcester, MA
    Monday – Friday from 10 AM to 2 PM
  • South Worcester Neighborhood Center, 47 Camp Street, Worcester, MA
    Monday – Friday from 9 AM to 12 PM
  • Quinsigamond Village Community Center, 16 Greenwood Street, Worcester, MA
    Monday – Friday from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM
  • St. Francis Assisi Church, 63 Sheridan Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420
  • Call for dates and times: 978-342-9651 or 978-342-3521


Community Engagement & Crime Watch Meeting

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About Oak Hill CDC

Founded in 1972 as the Oak Hill Housing Council to address the shortage of safe, affordable housing, and later incorporated in 1983 with assistance from Friendly House and support from the Worcester Community Action Council and becoming the Oak Hill Community Development Corporation in 1985, the organization is a private 501(c)(3) non-profit community revitalization entity serving the lower Grafton Hill area of the City of Worcester. Oak Hill CDC currently focuses its work within the Union Hill, Oak Hill and Upsala Street neighborhoods of Worcester’s East Side, all inner-city neighborhoods characterized by high levels of poverty, unemployment, real estate disinvestment, crime and low levels of educational attainment. Additionally, its activities in Homeownership Promotion and Homeownership Preservation extend into Greater Worcester/south central Massachusetts.

Oak Hill CDC has steadily increased its volume and range of activities. In 2002, Oak Hill CDC established the NeighborWorks® HomeOwnership Center of Central Massachusetts; more information can be found at



2014 Toys For Tots