ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - It's Halloween, but the Christmas season not that far away it's time to help the Toys for Tots program.
The event kicks off this weekend with the 8th Annual Toys for Tots Motorcycle Run on Sunday.
Signup begins at 9:30 a.m. at Los Altos Park near Eubank NE and Lomas.
The ride starts at noon and ends at Thunderbird Harley Davidson on Alameda Boulevard NE west of Interstate 25. About a thousand riders are expected.
The U.S. Marines are proud to be a part of Toys for Tots every year.
"We do it because we can put a package of hope in every kid's hands every year, and that's why we continue to do this," Maj. Brian Cillesen said.
You can drop off donations at Toys for Tots boxes at hundreds of businesses across the city or donate money online.
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