It all began years ago as a humble program of giving called “I Believe,” which evolved into Ozzie’s Kids. Last year, the program distributed more than 4,000 gifts to more than 800 children. Hardy has a list of nearly the same number of children he wants to help this year.
“My cupboards are almost bare and we’re asking people to drop off a toy at any of our drop-off locations,” Hardy said.
People can also donate to the program or read about Ozzie’s Kids on Facebook this holiday season.