Toy drive underway in memory of two boys killed in crash

Published: Aug. 4, 2022 at 11:26 AM CDT
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FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) - Toys are being collected in honor of two young boys who tragically lost their lives in a crash on Interstate-29. The annual toy drive is organized by the family of Camden and Maxwell.

Toys can be dropped off during business hours at any of the drop-off locations: Maple Family Dental, Four Star Ninja Academy, SW&L Attorneys, Healing Touch Chiropractic, All Bright Chiropractic, and the Village West and Downtown Gate City Bank locations.

Toys collected will be donated to Sanford Children’s, Essentia Children’s and YWCA of Cass-Clay in Fargo.

9-year-old Camden and 1-year-old Maxwell both died when the SUV they were riding in was driving was hit by a semi near the Reynolds exit on I-29 in March of 2018.

When Valley News Live spoke with the family in 2018, they said they are staying positive by giving back and helping others, which’s something Camden would’ve wanted.

“Our 9-year-old just really had a caring heart and he would’ve loved to do this sort stuff, so we just wanted something good to make people smile,” mother Trista Curry said.

The toy drive is happening August 1-9, ending on Maxwell’s birthday.

Donations to the toy drive may also be sent to:

45 21st Avenue East, Unit D

West Fargo, ND 58078

Toy drive in memory of Camden and Maxwell.
Toy drive in memory of Camden and Maxwell.(Valley News Live)

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