Generous donors stepped up to replace $6,000 worth of toys stolen from a Seattle YWCA.
The toys were to be given to children in 200 families, but thieves made off with all of them sometime over the weekend.
After a KING 5 story aired about the theft. people started to replace the toys.
Among the donors, Mariner's broadcaster Rick Rizzs and his 'Rick's Toys for Kids' Foundation.
The YWCA also received a call from someone who saw the story on the news and offered to write a $6,000 check to replace all the toys.
Rizzs said, "This is a very loving and caring community that have really stepped forward in the time of their need, so Merry Christmas everybody. These kids are going to get these toys."