More than 200 children in Rochester will have something to open on Christmas thanks to Flower City Habitat for Humanity.
Businesses and community members dropped off donations all week for the organization’s annual holiday gift drive.
Carlean Graves, who lives in a home built by Habitat for Humanity, picked up presents for her seven grandchildren on Wednesday.
"It's a blessing, it is a blessing. Truly anything that we receive is a blessing. It means a whole lot, it really does and we are very thankful for what you guys do for us,” said Graves.
Parishioners at Mountain Rise United Church sponsored 70 children.