The Salvation Army wants shoppers to think about those who may not get a Christmas this year. Registration for the Salvation Army assistance program in Parry Sound is wrapping up and Lieutenant Justin Gleadall says the need is greater than ever. Gleadall says the Parry Sound Salvation Army will be assisting about 300 families and 400 children this year which is up 27% from last year. The biggest needs this year are for toys for toddlers and for children between 12 and 16 years of age. The Salvation Army's Toy Drive runs until Friday, December 13th however toys will be accepted at the church office on Gibson Street right up until Christmas Eve. Toys can be dropped off at any of the following locations: Dr. Erin Axt, Optometrist, Dentistry on the Bay, Ritchie's Insurance, Walmart, Canadian Tire, The Bargain! Shop, Parry Sound Mall, Century 21, Hart, Scotiabank Parry Sound Town Hall or The Salvation Army office.