Celebrate the holidays by giving the gift of a new toy to a deserving child during the 39th Annual Roaddogs 2023 Toy Run Dec. 3.
Join the Law Tigers and bring a new, unwrapped toy or monetary donation and create holiday magic for a child and family during this season of giving. Organizer Mark “Curly” Helmbrecht will be playing “Curly” Claus for the event, which is the culmination of nearly a years-worth of fundraising. Other events during the year that raise money for the Toy Run include a bike and car show, various motorcycle runs, and sales of specialty t-shirts and hoodies. Helmbrecht said the Roaddogs donated more than $90,000 in toys just last year.
“The monies and toys raised here stay here,” Helmbrecht said. “Our toys and dollars stay here in the community, a commitment that we and the Salvation Army have to make a difference here.”
The run starts at Noon at the Northside Firehouse (Billings Fire Department Station 1) at 2305 8th Ave North in Billings. To kick things off, join the Holiday Jam and Auction on Dec. 1st at the Moose Lodge, located at 131 Calhoun Lane in Billings. There will be live music by Fake News. Bring an unwrapped toy or monetary donation to support the toy run.
The Roaddogs Toy Run is the longest and largest run of it’s kind in Montana, a fact that Helmbrecht and the Roaddogs are proud of. With next year being the 40th Annual Toy Run, look for the largest run ever in 2024.
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