Across central Texas, hundreds of bikers traveled from near and far to make Christmas a special holiday for as many people as they can – especially for children who need it. For the 28th annual Austin Motorcyclists Toy Run, bikers didn’t care that the weather was cold and rainy; they showed up anyway, bringing Christmas cheer along with them.
They gathered at the Helping Hand Home for Children in Austin, Texas, a facility that helps babies that have been abandoned or neglected.
A lot of people worked very hard to make the event happen, but they weren’t too worried about the weather. The people who help out during this even wouldn’t be daunted by a little rain! Helping Hands Home for Children was incredibly grateful on behalf of the children who are in their care.
We could not be more grateful for these rough-and-tough men and women, who have brought so much joy to our children this holiday season.” They wrote on Facebook.
Other businesses showed up to support the event, including the Taco Shack and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf who provided beverages and food for the massive crowd.
The community pulled together to give these children a magical holiday season. They need to know that they are loved and cared for, and most importantly of all, these children need to know that they are not alone. The bikers who dedicated so much time and effort, the businesses that supported the event, and the home that works year-round to give these kids all the help that they need deserve every bit of praise.
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