Stuff-a-Bus toy drive at Mathis Brothers in Ontario

CERRITOS, Calif. (KABC) -- Generous donors came out to give back this holiday season at our second Stuff-A-Bus event of 2015 at Mathis Brothers in Ontario on Friday.

ABC7 traffic reporter Alysha Del Valle and meteorologist Bri Winkler are collecting new, unwrapped toys and sports equipment for deserving children and teens until 6:30 p.m.

In light of the San Bernardino tragedy, donors also have an opportunity to send condolences to victims and their families, as well as send good wishes to the first responders and members of the community.

We are also collecting toys for the children of San Bernardino.

If you can't make it to our Ontario event, you still have a chance to donate. We're holding two more Stuff-a-Bus drives: one in Canoga Park on Dec. 11 and one in Anaheim on Dec. 18. Come join us and help bring joy to a child in need this holiday season!

You can also donate online here or drop of new, unwrapped toys or sports equipment at any local fire station.

Get information on our Stuff-A-Bus events and how you can donate today

ABC7 and Southern California firefighters are celebrating the 23rd year of the Spark of Love Toy Drive. Over the past two decades the Spark of Love Toy Drive has successfully collected more than 9 million toys.

The toys and sports equipment collected during the annual campaign will go to under-served children and teens in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Orange, Ventura and Riverside counties.

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The band Forever In Your Mind stopped by to donate toys at our Stuff-A-Bus event in Ontario on Friday.

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The Riverside County Animal Services brought along three adorable dogs up for adoption to the Stuff-A-Bus toy drive in Ontario on Friday.

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Community members wrote messages of condolences on a wall set up to honor victims of the San Bernardino shooting victims during Friday's Stuff-a-Bus toy drive in Ontario.

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