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LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 19: An actor dressed as Santa poses for photographs next to a Christmas window display at Selfridges on October 19, 2017 in London, England. Selfridges is the first department store in the world to unveil its Christmas windows and full in-store displays led by the theme "With Love From", a celebration of both the cities Selfridges calls home and people coming together. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Every year, for the past 10 years, a Colorado man buys out the toy section of his local Goodwill and donates all of it. 

Kids who went Christmas shopping in Fort Collins, Colorado’s Goodwill, received an early Christmas gift. For the past 10 year, an anonymous philanthropist, buys the entire toy section. He does this so that any boy and girl who comes in to pick they’re gift can take it home and play with it for free.

The staff start setting aside children’s books, toys, and stuffed animal to make sure that there will be enough gifts for all the kids! When asked why he does it, anonymous says that its become a tradition for him and his family. His wife and himself even stayed in the store for a bit to see the kids receiving their presents. Now this is the kind of story that just warms your heart for the holiday season.