During the month of December, you will be able to help out disadvantaged children throughout the United States. Just because children have crappy parents that aren't able to or choose not to give them presents on Christmas Day doesn't mean that they don't deserve a gift. That is where you can step in.
The Sugar Slam's Super Live Toy Drive will be taking place next month during the Insane Clown Posse's Tour. If you bring a scarf, a hat, gloves, or a toy worth at least $5 to the concert, then not only will you get doused in Faygo, you will receive a free Holiday compilation CD from ICP called "Holiday Heat." The only rule is that the gift must still be in the box as proof that it is brand new.
If you still want to participate and will not have the opportunity to attend an ICP concert, then you can mail the gift to:
Sugar Slam's Super Live Toy Drive
P.O. Box 620
Farmington, MI 48832
If you mail the gift, then the compilation CD will be mailed to you in January.
Here are the concerts in which the toy drive will be taking place.
Wednesday 12/1/10. Republic New Orleans. New Orleans, LA.
Thursday 12/2/10. The Village. Little Rock, AR.
Saturday 12/4/10. White Rabbit. San Antonio, TX.
Sunday 12/5/10. White Rabbit. San Antonio, TX.
Monday 12/6/10. Warehouse Live-Ballroom. Austin, TX.
Wednesday 12/8/10. Soul Kitchen. Mobile, AL.
Thursday 12/9/10. Plush. Jacksonville, FL.
Friday 12/10/10. The Masquerade. Atlanta, GA.
Sunday 12/12/10. Tremont Music Hall. Charlotte, NC.
Monday 12/13/10. The Norva. Norfolk, VA.
Tuesday 12/14/10. The Club Zoo. Pittsburgh, PA.
Wednesday 12/15/10. Electric Factory. Philadelphia, PA.
Friday 12/17/10. The Palladium. Worcester, MA.
Saturday 12/18/10. Webster Theater. Hartford, CT.
Sunday 12/19/10. Main Street Armory. Rochester, NY.
Thursday 12/23/10. St. Andrews. Detroit, MI.
If you are a die-hard juggalo and would like to volunteer at one of the concert sites, then you can contact ICP at http://mailto:toydrive@psycopathicrecord
As a warning, the video link on youtube is very vulgar. Therefore, don't play it in front of children or at work. Despite of the over-the-top insanity of the clip, you can see that the intent is to see children receive a gift instead of being left with nothing for Christmas. And with Republicans trying to keep the tax cuts intact, this may possibly be the last Christmas in which you could give gifts to children. Thanks for reading.