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Saturday was The Great Toy Drop for Toys for Tots, but if you were not able to make it out for it, there is still plenty of time and opportunities to donate.

FOX 5 Helping Hands is helping the Marines in their mission to make sure every child has a reason to smile this Christmas. With thousands of families in need this holiday, Toys for Tots is in greater need more than ever.

Several members of the FOX 5 family were at the Publix on Holcomb Bridge Road at Peachtree Industrial in Norcross on Saturday taking donations of unwrapped toys to the event to donate to a child in need.

PHOTOS: FOX 5 at The Great Toy Drop

Kristin from "The Bert Show" on Q100 was also out there with games, prizes and music.

The Atlanta Falcons Cheerleaders and some of the cast of the Atlanta Ballet's Nutcracker also stopped by The Great Toy Drop.

Totals from Saturday's donations are still being totalled.

If you missed it, you can still stop by one of the many other Toys For Tots events. Click here for a full list. The Toys for Tots program runs through December 22nd.

For more information on Toys for Tots or to make a donation, click here for a link to their website.

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