Hells Angels motorcycle group hosts toy drive

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ROCKFORD, Ill. (WIFR) -- The Hells Angels motorcycle group helped provide for needy families this Christmas season.

In just two days, the group came up with about 300 to 400 toys for a toy drive. At one point, the group says, they almost ran out of toys.

To get the word out, they just used word of mouth and Facebook. They say this is their first time doing a stationary toy drive because they normally drive around to different places.

Organizers say it feels good to give back to the less fortunate.

"A lot of these kids don't have anything; they don't have any presents or anything, and somebody's got to do something," said Matt Yarber with Hells Angels.

 
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