TWO-wheeler tragics are being urged to join in making Christmas a bit more touching for toddlers, tweens and teens.
Party Unlimited Motorcycle Club will this Saturday stage its 32nd annual toy run to help sick children.
The event is open to all bike riders with the $5 entry fee going to charity and toys donated on the day also going to needy youngsters.
"Everything raised on the day goes to Country Hope," the club's sergeant-at-arms Jared Powell said.
Everything raised on the day goes to Country HopeJared Powell, Party Unlimited
Country Hope, which administers family support centres in Albury and Wagga, is centred on the Riverina and helps families with children who have been diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses.
It has been a long-standing beneficiary of the toy run which sees motorcyclists travel to a mystery location.
This year's event begins at Junction Square in Wodonga.
Entrants are invited to meet there from 9.30am with the riding starting at 11am sharp.
A presentation will be made to Country Hope representatives at 10.30am.
Those wanting to make donations of toys and presents on the day are welcome to drop them off at Junction Square before the ride.