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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

One organization showed off their muscle cars Saturday all in the name of Christmas charity.

The non-profit organization Deceased Daddy's Daughters held the first Toy Run and Car Show Saturday at Prince Chevrolet.

The group is a mentoring organization who provides support to daughters who have lost their fathers.

They raised funds and collected toys for children who otherwise might not have a Christmas.

"The children are the most important thing, and just knowing that a child can wake up on Christmas day and unwrap a toy and just to see their faces," says Cassandra Moye, Organizer.

The proceeds from the event will benefit the Lilly Pad and the Department of Family and Children Services.

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