Franklin Police accepting donations for 2020 Kristi Clark, Carter Oakley FPD Christmas Toy Drive

You can leave your unwrapped toy for children, ages 1-17, in the Franklin Police Headquarters Lobby, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, between now and December 18.

On February 16, 2015, Kristi Clark and her 10-year-old son, Carter Oakley, were hit by a semi and killed after they got out of their car to help five people in an overturned SUV on an ice-covered I-65 in Franklin. Nearly six years later, Kristi’s dad, Brad Lewis, stays very much in touch with members of the Franklin Police Department. A bond brought about by tragedy will bring help to needy families this Christmas, in memory of two good Samaritans who died helping others in need.

Mr. Lewis, a skilled craftsman, has built 10-wooden toy boxes in his daughter & grandson’s honor and donated them to the Franklin Police Department. Now, Franklin Police Officers want to fill them with toys for needy Franklin families.

The Franklin Police Department needs
– new toy donations –

Citizens can drop off a new, unwrapped gift for children up to 17-years-old,
–Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm– 
Monetary donations cannot be accepted.

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