The town of Monongah is holding its annual Robinhood Christmas Toy Distribution this Friday.
Warren and David Sloan started the Robinhood Program back in the 1960's.
It aims to give toys and support to those who are less fortunate.
In 2011, the Sloans were able to help more than 200 families.
Those who are unable to make it to the toy distribution are able to have the toys delivered to their homes.
The Sloans said they enjoy helping to make someone's Christmas special.
"The peoples that's working aren't making the money they was a few years ago with the economy going up and everything. Its just a way to relive some of the families to give them a little bit of Christmas," said Warren Sloan.
The Toy Drive is taking place this Friday from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. at the Monongah Community Building.
You must be a Marion County resident and have your child's birth certificate on hand.
Each child will receive three toys and the Sloan's are expecting them to go fast.