Bronx man donates toys to special needs kids through his Smile Foundation

Nearly 700 special needs kids at P.S. P.S. 811X received presents.

Nearly 700 special needs kids at P.S. P.S. 811X received presents. (12/10/13)

THE BRONX - An organization founded by a small business owner in the Bronx is spreading smiles this Christmas.

The owner of Anthony's Flower Farm dropped off gifts to nearly 700 special needs kids at P.S. 811X through his Smile Foundation.

The special gift drop-off is all part of a Toys for Tots drive he organized with other Bronx businesses, which opened up their doors to help collect.

Organizers say there is still time to keep donating before the holiday. They especially need toys geared toward stimulating a child's learning ability.

For extended video from Bronx toy drop-off, watch the clip to the left or click News 12 Extra on Optimum TV channel 612. 

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