About 20 people helped organized gifts and baskets of food before several trucks from Harmony Township delivered the packages to local homes in the Ambridge Area School District.
Each food basket came with a full meal, including a ham, so families can not only have Christmas dinner but also to eat for a couple days while off for school.
"Everything here was paid for just by anonymous donations," said Glenn Angus, who began organizing the family charity with his son Jeremy Angus in 2009.
This year, the holiday drive helped 44 families and 124 children. A tree of ornaments containing the needs of children was placed inside Harmony Ridge on Route 989. Many people took the ornaments and donated items, including bicycles.
"We did phenomenal this year. They really came out for us."
Volunteers who participated on Sunday include: Rick Capone, Brad Payne, Pat Moffatt, Rudy Colella, Charlie Hawk, Frank Presto, Glenn Angus, Patty Angus, Jeremy Angus, Mary DeMars, Gary Ford, Anthony D'Jovin, Mike Slawianowski, Don Gunter, his son Donnie Jr. and his grandson Lucas Gunther.
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