December 9, 2019
A man donated $12,000 worth of toys to kids in need around neighborhoods in Harrisonburg, Virginia, for Christmas.
Adam Armstrong / Credit: WHSV
Sara Lewis-Weeks, property manager at Harris Gardens Apartments, said last week a man came into her office asking if he could drop off hundreds of toys for kids in the community.
Adam Armstrong showed up to the apartment complex’s basketball court on Saturday afternoon with a 24-foot box truck filled with thousands of gifts.
“I just decided that I was going to rent a great big box truck and we went out and got over 1,300 toys,” Armstrong told WHSV. “We’re just riding around to less fortunate areas and passing them out.”
Armstrong said he got the idea a few weeks ago and just wanted to share some Christmas spirit.
“I mean to watch the kids, the expression on the kid’s face I mean that’s just priceless,” Armstrong said.
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