32nd Annual Toy Run Benefits Children's Hospital
MOTORCYCLES FILLED WITH TOYS LINED THE STREETS IN COLORADO FOR AN ANNUAL TRADITION TO HELP CHILDREN IN NEED. THE 32ND CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL COLORADO TOY RUN SAW HUGE CROWDS GATHER TO DELIVER PRESENTS FOR YOUNG PATIENTS IN AURORA. It means so much to bring the toys to the kids, and they’re all coming out, and coming down, and talking to us. It’s awesome. The favorite thing I saw was the motorcycles. As a parent, spending time in the hospital with our child during the holidays. It’s just amazing. It's just so cool. We love the bikes, we know the kids love the bikes and see the kids light up when we show up, that makes it all worthwhile right there. THE THOUSANDS OF GIFTS DONATED BY THE BIKERS WILL GO TO PATIENTS DURING THE HOLIDAYS AND INTO NEXT YEAR AS WELL.

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