That is where one local church stepped in. 365 shop is a church dedicated to help community members 365 days a year, seven days a week.
The church passed out free Christmas gifts for families who may be struggling financially.
"They make just a little too much to get help from other areas and other organizations yet they're not making enough that they can actually go out Christmas shopping for their children," said Kim Shafer, co-leader of 365 Shop.
There were more than 400 families that showed up this year, with many of them even waiting outside of the church's door at
Parents and siblings were anxious to grab all the goodies for their children at home. There were items such as toys that were used and brand new, candy canes, clothing, free gift wrapping, a and crate of Clementine’s.
This is the church's way to help parents who want to get free toys for their kids for Christmas.
We try to give back to the community. Being in law enforcement motorcycle club, we try to take care of the community in all that we can and give them a positive image of the motorcycle community," said Jack Bartley, Defenders Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club.
The toys were collected throughout the year through donations from various organizations and community members.