Preparations for the ninth annual Esperance Toy Run have seen local businesses and stakeholders band together with a shared goal of helping those less fortunate this festive season.
Toys and goods for underprivileged babies, children and teenagers are donated to Esperance’s Restore Hope Foundation – a charity established more than 20 years ago to address the issue of homelessness in the region.
The annual charity event attracts around 100 participants, with hundreds of onlookers watching as motorcycles, vintage cars and modified vehicles take to the tourist loop to deliver the toys and goods to those children in need.
The ninth annual Christmas Toy Run will begin from 9AM at the Esperance Bay Turf Club on Saturday December 15, for a 9:30AM departure.
The Toy Run will conclude at Florissons Home Furnishers on Norseman Road.
Those who wish to donate any new unwrapped goods are able to do so at Florissons.