"You can see their face light up," he said.
He spends over an hour with each family as they get to know each other. They exchange email addresses and stay in touch through social media.
In addition to toys being delivered to children, tote bags are given to parents that contain Bibles, journals and inspirational materials to give them hope during difficult times.
The recent theft "is a setback but nothing we won't rebuild from," Massey said.
Badger said the local organization received a call from a storage facility in Hurricane where free space was offered and plans call for moving there.
Meanwhile, those who would like to make a donation may go to www.basketofhope.org and click on the local branch or contact Badger at 304-545-8700.
The storage facility in Nitro that was broken into last weekend is called The Storage Unit, located at 580 Cross Lanes Drive.
Owner Richard Standish said five units in all were broken into but the people who had items in the other four did not report anything missing.
"The door of my office was busted," he said. "I don't know if they took anything. I have a mail slot for payments."
Anyone with information about the break-in over the weekend may contact the Kanawha County Sheriff's Office at www.kanawhasheriff.us or 304-357-0169.
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