Toys of Hope hands out presents to kids in need

Christmas came early this year for hundreds of children in need who got a visit today from Saint Nick at Oheka Castle.
When the doors opened, the children were greeted by a host of characters all in place for the 18th annual Toys of Hope party.
The children got to dance, meet Santa, enjoy treats and of course receive presents for the holidays.
Melissa Doktofsky started the Toys of Hope program 18 years ago with five kids.
"We go into the homeless shelters and soup kitchens across Long Island until we've helped 65,000 people at the end," she says.
Toys of Hope is still in need of donations. Toys of Hope