The HomeSlice MediaGroup is hosting its second annual Toys for Tots drive for Pennington County.
"I think last year was when we really noticed that there was a need for toys for kids," said Crissy Davies. "We just want to help make sure we help as many kids have a Christmas this year."
Toy drop off boxes set up in various areas of the Black Hills including places such as Books-A-Million, Toys R Us, United Methodist Church to name a few.
"Donations have been just amazing, it's so nice to see how people in the Black Hills come out and help," said Davies.
The goal for this Holiday season is to help around 2,000 children and teenagers receive gifts this Christmas,and according to Davies donations are right on track to reaching its goal.
To donate, visit blackhillstoysfortots.org for listing of stores with toy drop off boxes.