WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — The 43rd Annual Wichita Toy Run provided toys for kids in the community. The Toy Run took place on Sunday, Nov. 6.

Riders lined up at 9 a.m. at the intersection of Douglas and McLean before heading to Hartman Arena, 8151 N. Hartman Arena Drive, in Park City.

There was a chili feed, prizes and much more before the run.

“Bikers have a persona, but they’re probably some of the most giving people. They are bringing toys, monetary donations that will be split between the Marine Corps, Toys for Tots and The Salvation Army,” Irona Moore, helping Wichita Toy Run, said.

The Wichita Toy Run requested that all motorcyclists bring a new unwrapped toy or cash donation. The organization said they had requests for a variety of toys.

“We have people come, and this is what they do every year, get to see people that haven’t seen before and get to meet people. They come out. It is a great day. It gives you a chance to be part of the community and do something for kids needing a Christmas,” Terisa Olson, Wichita Toy Run, said.

For more information, like Wichita Toy Run Association on Facebook.