BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. (WDTV)-- The West Virginia Home Builders Association is helping to make Christmas a little bit brighter for kids in our area.
All year long, the company raises money to help buy new toy for kids across eight counties and the WVU Children's Hospital. Workers went on a shopping spree Monday at the Easpointe Walmart, stocking up carts with piles of toys for both boys and girls.
This tradition started 17 years ago and this year is expected to be the largest yet. Last year, $13,000 worth of toys were distributed.
To see our full interview with the Associate Vice President, Tom Board, watch the video above.