Cole's Closet

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Thank you to Women Giving Back for your wonderful donation to the LCSO Toy Drive for Cole's Closet.

Thanks to the support of our residents, local businesses, and organizations such as yours we have been able to collect over 10,000 new toys for hospitalized children since we began the toy drive in 2016.

#OneHeart #OneBadge #OneCommunity
This morning the #LCSO Motor Unit made a quick stop at Waterford Elementary School to meet the kindergarten class.

The young entrepreneurs held their annual Kindergarten Ornament Stand to buy toys for the LCSO and Cole's Closet Toy Drive. The students learned about advertising, earning money and making change at the stand, and of course the spirit of giving. In total, they raised over $600. Amazing!!!

The LCSO would like to thank everyone at Waterford Elementary School and the school community.

Thank you to our generous residents in #Loudoun who continue to donate new toys for hospitalized children (age infant to 17-years-old) for Cole's Closet.

You still have until December 17 to donate new and unwrapped toys at any LCSO Station, from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

The drop-off locations are:

Eastern Loudoun Station
46620 East Frederick Drive, Sterling, VA 20164

Ashburn Station
20272 Savin Hill Drive, Ashburn, VA 20147

Dulles South Public Safety Center
25216 Loudoun County Parkway, Chantilly, VA 20152

Western Loudoun Station
47 W. Loudoun Street, Round Hill, VA 20141

LCSO Headquarters
803 Sycolin Road SE, Leesburg, VA 20175
For this #ThankaDispatcherTuesday we would like to introduce you to Janice Pietsch.

Janice is a Communications Training Officer (CTO) at the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Communications Center (ECC).

Janice has been with the LCSO for 17-years and is assigned to B Squad Days. During her career, she has twice received the Distinguished Training Officer Award and was also named the Outstanding Communications Center Employee of the Year. She has also been recognized for her work for assisting with the annual LCSO Santa Ride for Cole's Closet, and for her efforts regarding several high-priority incidents.

Janice is also a vocalist for the LCSO Honor Guard and has been honored to sing the National Anthem at events throughout Loudoun County.

Janice is an important part of our emergency communications team who provides a critical link between #Loudoun residents and first responders.

#headsetheroes #heartsbehindthevoices #alwaysheardneverseen
Learn more about the #LCSO Motor Squad in the newest installment of #get2knowyourlcso.

From collecting over 5,000 toys for Cole's Closet for hospitalized children, to leading parades, and handling traffic safety concerns -the LCSO Motor Squad is here to make sure everyone gets home safe.

Missed our previous videos? Please visit http://bit.ly/Get2KnowYourLCSO
Congratulations to Senior Deputy Mike Hansen who will retire after 25 years of service to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

Mike began his career with the #LCSO in 1995 as a correctional officer in the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center. He received the LCSO Correctional Deputy of the Year.

He later transferred to the Field Operations Division as a patrol deputy, and also served as a School Resource Officer at Seneca Ridge Middle School, Stone Hill Middle School, and Rock Ridge High School.

In 2016, he joined the Motor Unit and in recent years played a significant role in organizing the annual holiday toy drive for Cole's Closet.

Senior Deputy Hansen says he found his time at the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office was most rewarding while serving the citizens of Loudoun County.

Sheriff Mike Chapman and the LCSO would like to thank Senior Deputy Hansen for his years of service to our community.
The Loudoun Aces Baseball Club 8U helped finish off the #LCSO Toy Drive for Cole's Closet with a home run!

Thank you to all who donated toys for hospitalized children.

We continue to be overwhelmed by the generous support of our efforts and how blessed we are to live in such a giving, caring, and supportive community.

#OneHeart #OneBadge #OneCommunity
LCSO Kicks Off 2020 Holiday Toy Drive Campaign

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your assistance. Please help make this holiday season bright for children at local hospitals by donating to LCSO’s Holiday Toy Drive!

The Sheriff’s Office has partnered with Cole's Closet, a nonprofit organization to help donate toys to fill “closets” with toys for children while they are at the hospital during the holidays. Cole’s Closet was created in 2002 by Ellen and Steve Tomczyk after they lost their six-month old son to an undiagnosed brain disease. The Tomczyks spent four months in and out of area hospitals where they experienced firsthand the anxiety and fear families face when a child is hospitalized. Ellen and Steve began a toy drive at a family holiday party one year after Cole passed. For more information about Cole’s Closet please visit www.colescloset.org.

LCSO is asking community members to donate new, unwrapped toys to bring holiday cheer to children ages infant to the age of 17. Donations will be accepted until December 14, 2020 and the toys can be dropped off at any LCSO Station, Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM. You can also make a donation directly to Cole’s Closet here: https://www.colescloset.org/programs

Please drop off a new, unwrapped toy for children ages infant to teen at any of the locations listed below. Your donation will help make a difference in the lives of children with uncertain futures. For inquiries about donating, please contact us at (703) 777-0625.
I have a couple bags of toys that I've picked up here and there for you. Let me know when you'd like them, please.
The final numbers are in! Thanks to our generous community the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office collected over 2,100 new and unwrapped toys for Cole's Closet. This is the largest number of toys collected since the LCSO partnered with the non-profit organization in 2016. Thank you #Loudoun!

Many of the toys were delivered to hospitalized children during the LCSO’s Annual Santa Ride this past December. You can see some of the smiling faces - both children and deputies alike- here https://bit.ly/2tl2phg

The annual event collects donated toys to fill “closets” with toys for children while they are at the hospital during the holidays and throughout the year.

Cole’s Closet was created in 2002 by Ellen and Steve Tomczyk after they lost their six-month-old son to an undiagnosed brain disease. The Tomczyks spent four months in and out of area hospitals where they experienced firsthand the anxiety and fear families face when a child is hospitalized. Ellen and Steve began a toy drive at a family holiday party one year after Cole passed away.

#SpiritofGiving
The LCSO continued their annual tradition to help Santa and his elves make this holiday season bright for children at Inova Loudoun Hospital

The #Loudoun Sheriff’s Office has partnered with Cole's Closet, a nonprofit organization, for the past three years to help collect donated toys to fill “closets” with toys for children while they are at the hospital during the holidays.

Through the kindness of Loudoun residents, the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office collected hundreds of new toys and stuffed animals during the toy drive and fill-the-box campaign. “The spirit of giving is alive and well in Loudoun County,” said Loudoun County Sheriff Chapman before today's Santa Ride.

The toys and stuffed animals were handed out to children in the hospital’s pediatric unit and emergency room.

You still have until December 20 to donate new and unwrapped toys at any LCSO Station, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

The drop-off locations are:

Eastern Loudoun Station
46620 East Frederick Drive, Sterling, VA 20164

Ashburn Station
20272 Savin Hill Drive, Ashburn, VA 20147

Dulles South Public Safety Center
25216 Loudoun County Parkway, Chantilly, VA 20152

Western Loudoun Station
47 W. Loudoun Street, Round Hill, VA 20141

LCSO Headquarters
803 Sycolin Road SE, Leesburg, VA 20175
This morning the #LCSOMotorElves made a quick stop at Waterford Elementary School to meet the kindergarten class.

The young entrepreneurs held their 2nd annual Kindergarten Ornament Stand to buy toys for the LCSO and Cole's Closet Toy Drive. The students learned about advertising, earning money and making change at the stand, and of course the spirit of giving. In total, they raised over $300.

During the visit, the LCSO Motor Elves offered a helping hand by tying a few loose shoelaces and the kindergarten classes treated us to a song from their Winter Concert.

The LCSO would like to thank everyone at Waterford Elementary School and the school community.

Thank you to our generous residents in #Loudoun who continue to donate toys for hospitalized children (age infant to 17-years-old) for Cole's Closet.

You still have until December 20 to donate new and unwrapped toys at any LCSO Station, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

The drop-off locations are:

Eastern Loudoun Station
46620 East Frederick Drive, Sterling, VA 20164

Ashburn Station
20272 Savin Hill Drive, Ashburn, VA 20147

Dulles South Public Safety Center
25216 Loudoun County Parkway, Chantilly, VA 20152

Western Loudoun Station
47 W. Loudoun Street, Round Hill, VA 20141

LCSO Headquarters
803 Sycolin Road SE, Leesburg, VA 20175

Loudoun County Public Schools
Today is the day!!!

Support our friends at Nothing Bundt Cakes and support us too, ALL DAY! I personally cannot wait to get some cakes after work!!

Cole’s Closet is dedicated to reducing the amount of stress hospitalized children and their families face. We donate thousands of new toys, books, gift cards and care packages to seriously ill children and their families.

www.colescloset.org June 14, 1999 our son Cole Stephen Tomczyk was born. Our excitement turned to any parents worst nightmare within hours. He suffered from episodes of apnea; twice turning blue in my arms. After things stabilized we were sent home. One neurologist thought he would be fine but could not give us a reason for his problems so soon after birth. This was the beginning of the end. Our f

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Living Just 186 Days, His Mom Made Memories Last a Lifetime 05/03/2022

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Living Just 186 Days, His Mom Made Memories Last a Lifetime After the heartbreaking loss of their baby boy, this couple found a way to turn his memory into comfort for hospitalized children and their siblings.

03/31/2022

It's been a busy week. Delivered toys to both INOVA Fair Oaks and Anne Arundel Hospital!
Thanks to all our donors that make this possible.

12/23/2021

Once again a huge thank you to Trump National Golf Course!! We appreciate all the support they have provided over the years

12/17/2021

A huge thank you to the LCSO and the Loudoun County community!

12/12/2021
12/11/2021

Tomorrow is the big day! Our 20th Annual Celebration from Noon to 4pm! Come celebrate with us, eat, be merry, check out our silent auction, dance to live music from DJ Daniel Molinares, and watch a performance by The Metropolitan Arts Follies!

12/06/2021

One week away - December 12th - Noon to 4pm!

12/05/2021

A HUGE shoutout to Midtown Softball League!!!!
Thank you for years of support for Cole’s Closet, keeping our son’s memory alive, helping kids who need it, and this AMAZING generous donation!!!

11/30/2021

Only 2 weeks away! Mark your calendars! Frosty Follies, live DJ, and buffet! Visit www.colescloset.org for more info, and be sure to Register ahead of time to get through the line quicker!

11/02/2021
09/10/2021

It’s been a busy week for us ! Deliveries to Kaiser Permanente Capitol Hill, INOVA Fairfax, Shady Grove, and Anne Arundel hospitals.

08/28/2021

Big drop off to Inova Loudoun! Over 800 toys! Thanks once again to all our donors!

12/23/2020

Another year, another great toy drive held for us by Trump National Golf. Thank you all for your support over the years!

12/19/2020

Loudoun County Sheriff's Office

https://www.facebook.com/LoudounSheriff/videos/311756356722713/

The LCSO continued their annual Santa Ride on Friday to help make this holiday season bright for children at area hospitals.

The County Sheriff’s Office has partnered with Cole's Closet, a nonprofit organization, for the past several years to help collect donated toys to fill “closets” with toys for children while they are at the hospital during the holidays.

Through the kindness of Loudoun residents and businesses, the LCSO collected nearly 5,000 toys- our largest collection to date!

12/19/2020

A huge thanks to these skaters from Ashburn Xtreme Squirt X hockey team. You all Rock (the Red)!

11/15/2020

Giving Tuesday 2020

Participate in GivingTuesday by making a donation & help us reach our goal!
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Thank you to those who have already helped support our mission in improving the lives of hospitalized kiddos! Once you’ve donated, comment and tell us what drives you to give back on this GivingTuesday ❤️

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11/12/2020

Getting ready for the holidays. We delivered toys to both Anne Arundel and Inova Loudoun hospitals!

11/02/2020

A huge thank you to this amazing young lady. She dropped off a bundle of toys. Please read her story. Thank you Madison, You rock!

Dear Cole’s Closet,

Thank you so much for allowing me to drop of hundreds of dollars' worth of toys that is near and dear to my heart on November 2, 2020..

My name is Madison Speilman and even though I’m just 14 years old, I have faced some serious health issues in the last year which have resulted in my hospitalization. Because of those health issues, I will always focus on healthy living. My experience made me keenly aware of deficiencies in our society that target our young people to help those live healthier lives. My Girl Scout Gold Award Proposal will focus on Health and Fitness Awareness impacting the world around us.

In April 2019, I was released from INOVA Children’s hospital to treat my condition by healthy eating and exercise. I was weak, couldn't walk, and physical therapy was much needed to relieve pain, and restore muscle and joint function. Keeping myself healthy by eating the proper things and exercising made me stronger, and able to fight off other diseases that I couldn’t do before.

I learned that general healthy-living is a good way to start giving your immune system the upper hand. Every part of your body, including your immune system functions better when protected from environmental assaults and healthy living strategies.

I have been in and out of doctors’ offices seeing tons of different people who are sick. I want to be able to help lower those numbers by holding Health Fairs, Workshops and Yoga classes. With what our country is going thru having some of these events online would give people around the world ways to be healthy and active.

Physical inactivity is the 4th leading risk factor for worldwide mortality. The number of children who reported physical activity of at least 20 minutes per day, three days per week increased their lifespan. The national average for regular exercise is 51.6%. Children now spend more than 7 ½ hours a day in front of a screen.

Children and families need to pay attention to that by changing their physical activity and eating habits which promote good health and well-being. By doing this, it will help to maintain a healthy weight, reduce risk of diabetes, high blood pressure, cholesterol, developing cardiovascular disease, and some cancers.

Conducting my Healthy Workshops on October 10th, 2020 I focused on nutritional topics such as eating on a budget, how to lose weight and how to keep it off and creating healthy meal and snack choices.

Yoga classes will start involving children and not just adults. Hopefully, workout gyms will like such an idea and implement it into their class schedule making it worldwide. We can use our accounts to film this class LIVE and then share it via YouTube so that everyone can use them at their own convenience. They will learn the importance of keeping their body in shape while burning calories and strengthening the body, Yoga practices have been found to enhance positive moods, focus the mind, and increase energy levels.

So far my video have reached over 15 states amongst the Girl Scouts community and still spreading during these difficult times.

There many statistics in the world about any issue you can imagine like COVID-19 rapidly becoming a leading cause of death worldwide. My team chose to concentrate on preventing such deaths. Besides COVID-19; obesity, high blood pressure and high glucose, tobacco use, and cancers are also leading root causes.

For starters, cancer is the 2nd leading cause of death in children. Cancer is a complex group of diseases with many possible causes. Although, the initial root cause of cancer is microbes and parasites that are in one's organs or colon which weakens the immune system.

Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death. Worldwide, tobacco use causes more than 7 million deaths per year. Cigarette smoking causes about 1 of every 5 deaths in the United States each year.

More than 80 million people have high blood pressure ages 20 and older. The death rate from high blood pressure has increased by 11% in the past 10 years and that percentage increases daily. Compared to people who have normal blood pressure those who have high blood pressure are at risk for a stroke. High blood pressure is caused by smoking, lack of physical activity, stress, alcohol, being overweight, and too much salt in the diet.

Globally, obesity is one of the top five leading causes of death. It causes more than 2.8 million deaths each year. Obesity rates have increased for all populations in the United States over the last several decades. In the year 2016, 39.8% of people 20 and over were obese. The cause of obesity is usually eating too much and moving too little causing long term damage to your body. People who experience severe obesity are more likely and are more prone to experience more diseases. Those diseases can include Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and sleep apnea.
By knowing these statistics and what it can do to a person's health and fatality rate, we can help address these problems and find better ways to help prevent such issues and help keep our community safe and healthy.
Developing my confidence would allow me to lead a group of classmates, parents, troop members, and our community. To guide those people in teaching others to develop healthy eating pattern while improving their mind, body, and spirit.

People will depend on me and I need to demonstrate dedication and commitment in all areas, from creating volunteering assignments , making sure the Health Fair runs smoothly, to the importance of team work making my Take Action Project successful.

Most teams who want to implement a better lifestyle are composed of Doctors, Nurses, Social workers, and other people in the healthcare industry. In order to promote healthcare in our community, our team will consist of a classmates, parents, Girl Scouts, Fitness Instructors, Event planner as well as our community to make this happen by means of conducting my Health Eating Workshops and Yoga videos.

All projects have to end, but our project and its impact should continue. In order to make our mission worldwide, the community will be informed of how the project went by creating a page, Twitter, and other websites that will be linked to a larger website with similar research.

We will also take our project outside of our local community and inspire others to take action. Such places as Gyms, Schools, Churches, Community Centers, Youth Groups, Rallyhood, and Doctors’ offices.

Upon making those videos and accounts, we will be able to invite our friends, community leaders, and people from organizations who are struggling with the same or related problem to take a look at it. They can then forward them to people they know which will be like a butterfly effect on how it will spread throughout the world. Please inquire within if you’re interested in seeing my Yoga book and other important to help you live longer and happier in life.

I bet if you asked several people on why a project is hard they would come up with many different answers. But for me, coming up with a timeline for the activities and finding the funding to make it happen will be incredible challenging.

By collecting feedback during and after our Workshop, Health Fair, and Yoga classes would allow me to see the success of our hard work.While my target audience will gain the ability to take care of themselves and others to increase their chances to have a healthy life and living style.

I hope that you enjoy my Girl Scout Take Action project for it means a lot to me having been in the INOVA Children’s hospital learning all that I did. Although this may sound like a lot to do, it is a very important cause to me to give back to my community with the help on my team.

I want to help make the world a better and healthier place to live in as we were taught by the Girl Scout law and promise.


Madison

10/23/2020

A big shoutout to Caleb and his mom and dad for their generous contribution! A whole van full of toys!

05/08/2020
01/04/2020

Loudoun County Sheriff's Office

The final numbers are in! Thanks to our generous community the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office collected over 2,100 new and unwrapped toys for Cole's Closet. This is the largest number of toys collected since the LCSO partnered with the non-profit organization in 2016. Thank you !

Many of the toys were delivered to hospitalized children during the LCSO’s Annual Santa Ride this past December. You can see some of the smiling faces - both children and deputies alike- here https://bit.ly/2tl2phg

The annual event collects donated toys to fill “closets” with toys for children while they are at the hospital during the holidays and throughout the year.

Cole’s Closet was created in 2002 by Ellen and Steve Tomczyk after they lost their six-month-old son to an undiagnosed brain disease. The Tomczyks spent four months in and out of area hospitals where they experienced firsthand the anxiety and fear families face when a child is hospitalized. Ellen and Steve began a toy drive at a family holiday party one year after Cole passed away.

12/29/2019

Wow, what a day! Yesterday we picked up well over 2,000 toys from the Loudon County Sheriff's Office! A huge thank you to all those that supported their toy drive for us. Your generosity has made it a little easier for those kids in the hospital. You guys rock!

12/19/2019

A shout out from the sheriff.

A message from Loudoun Sheriff Mike Chapman:

As we count down the days and hours to the New Year, I would like to express our appreciation and take this time to extend our best wishes to you for a happy and safe 2020. We cannot say enough how overwhelmed we were this past year by your generous support of our efforts and how blessed we are to live in such a giving, caring, and supportive community.

Through community partnerships and crime prevention efforts, Loudoun County continues to have the lowest crime rate in Northern Virginia and the second-lowest in the Washington, DC Metropolitan region. Our crime rate has dropped 32% since 2012 according to the Metropolitan Council of Governments (MWCOG). During this same time period over 66,000 new residents moved into the county. Although our annual crime data for 2019 is not complete, our most recent crime data indicates a continued decline in serious crime (Part 1 Crimes) and Loudoun County remains a safe place to live and work.

This past year we initiated several public safety campaigns and programs to ensure the safety and well-being of our residents. As the safety of our schools is a top priority, we announced the availability of a free downloadable app called Safe2Talk. The app can be used by students, parents, teachers, and residents to anonymously report safety concerns in our schools so they can be immediately addressed.

As news headlines broke regarding a surge in vaping-related illnesses, we released an informational video in an effort to educate the public on the potential health concerns with these devices among our youth. The campaign included the continuation of a series of educational forums on vaping with Loudoun County Public Schools throughout the county.

After years of urging the Virginia General Assembly to amend the Improper Driving statute language, we successfully improved a serious gap in the Virginia Motor Code. By amending traffic ordinances at the local level, our deputies now have the discretion to issue a summons instead of Reckless Driving – a Class 1 misdemeanor - when investigating a minor crash. Previously, the charge of Reckless Driving could only be reduced to Improper Driving, a less serious charge, by a judge or at the request of the Commonwealth Attorney. The amendments relieve our deputies of the current state code constraints and provide drivers a much fairer legal recourse.

We continue to be overwhelmed by your generous support in several giving campaigns. This fall, we once-again participated in No-Shave November. Loudoun residents helped us raise over $24,000 for cancer research and prevention. We were the highest fundraising law enforcement agency as part of No-Shave.org. In the past three years, you have helped us raise over $55,000. You also helped us collect hundreds of toys for our annual Santa Ride for Cole’s Closet for children who are hospitalized during the holidays.

Through the great work of our deputies and civilian staff, we continue to receive local, state and national recognition. This year, Deputy First Class Colin Whittington was named the Virginia Deputy Sheriff of the Year by the Virginia Sheriffs' Association (VSA). He is the third LCSO deputy to receive this recognition in the past five years! As your Sheriff, I have been nominated to serve on several committees at the national level, including Vice-President of Homeland Security for the Major County Sheriffs of America (MCSA), Chairman for Homeland Security for the National Sheriffs' Association, and on the D.A.R.E. America International Executive Law Enforcement Advisory Board.

The LCSO was also presented with a bi-partisan Virginia General Assembly resolution this year recognizing and commending our agency for earning accolades for its use of innovative technologies to solve unique challenges and help the community. The resolution recognized the agency's sUAS (drone) program and for receiving the 2018 Virginia Association of Counties Achievement Award.

Many of our staff have also been individually recognized as well for their achievements, including 18 Sworn and 2 Civilian employees at the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce Valor Awards. In the past four years, over 100 LCSO Deputies have been recognized at the annual awards ceremony for first responders and citizens who have placed themselves in harm’s way to ensure the safety of others.

We now are focused on the year ahead and promise to continue our mission to serve all members of our community at the highest levels.

Wishing you a Happy Holiday and a prosperous New Year - Mike Chapman, Loudoun County Sheriff

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