GARDEN GROVE, Calif. --
Companies from all over Orange County stepped in to help after the Grinch tried to ruin Christmas for the poor. Over the Thanksgiving weekend, thieves stole $100,000 in donated toys and food from a storage locker of The United Labor Agency of Orange County, a non-profit that helps the needy.
After the story appeared on Eyewitness News, companies dropped off food and toys in Garden Grove. The Marine Corps "Toys for Tots" arrived with a seven-ton truck and bags filled with toys.
The United Labor Agency says it is overwhelmed by the generosity of so many donations.