No, it is not Christmas yet - it is not even the Christmas season, despite what the stores may be telling you. It is however a good time to think about kids who might not be fortunate enough to have toys and books and games to brighten their days. Each year, starting around Thanksgiving, various organizations hold toy drives and then distribute those toys to needs children within a few days of Christmas.
You have all heard of the Marine Corps' Toys For Tots program. That is probably the best know of them all since it has been around for a long time. They not only accept donations of toys, but also will take money to purchase toys. If you know a child in need and want to request a toy for them, click HERE to go to their site.
Similar toy drives take place all over the country. Walgreens stores are collecting again this year. There are collection barrels in all of their stores and they go to whatever agency they partner with locally (here in San Francisco for example, it is the Fire Department).
Brighten a child's day. Donate a toy. We aren't even talking about a lot of money here. At Walgreens for example you can buy two toys for $6.99 each and get a third one for free. Just about everyone can afford that!