When Jessica Bachus' daughter was stillborn over the holiday season four years ago, the young mother was crushed.
Bachus told CBS News,
"Since I couldn't give a doll to my daughter, I wanted to give dolls to other girls in the community."
Turning her grief into action, Bachus started a local toy drive to spread Christmas cheer to little girls whose families can't afford gifts. Bachus founded a nonprofit, Dolls For Daughters, to help her carry out her mission.
Over the last three years, the drive continues to grow -- and now includes toys for boys too. In 2009, they distributed over 1,000 gifts to children in Colorado.
Supporters can make an online donation to Dolls For Daughters.