TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Dads behind bars helped raise money for Toys for Tots.
The Wabash Valley Correctional facility Inside Out Dads programraised $550 for Toys for Tots.
Inside Out Dads helps offenders keep in contact with theirchildren, even while they are behind bars. Employees of thecorrectional facility went shopping at Wal-Mart Tuesday to buy toysfor some kids in need this holiday season.
"Kids who are less fortunate will be able to get toys thisChristmas, and in economic times, it's something we feel that wasneeded," Michelle Lincoln said.
"I get the opportunity to serve my country and to touch thecommunity around where I live," Cpl. Benjamin Mitchell said.
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