Staff ReportNewsWest 9
MIDLAND - Santa got a helping hand on Wednesday from a Midland company after they dropped off a truckload of toys at the Salvation Army.
ASK Industries sent their employees to Wal-Mart to collect toys and games for all ages.
They came back with $5,000 worth of Christmas goodies for less fortunate children.
This year, the Salvation Army received requests for more than 1,200 children in the basin.
At this point, they won't be turning any of them away.
In fact, they expect they'll be able to give at least three to four presents to each child.