MILWAUKEE -- Christmas comes early for hundreds of kids in Milwaukee, and the gifts are from complete strangers.
"We are so proud of what we do," said Tara Geiter, director of Community Relations for Kohl's.
But they are Kohl's associates, and they are donating more than 1,000 presents to the kids at Penfield Children's Center.
Most families served by Penfield live at, or below the poverty line.
Quinaiya Powell and her grandmother will unwrap their gift at the Penfield Christmas Party Saturday December 5th.
They're guessing it will be a big one.
"She just learned how to ride a tricycle, so a tricycle," said Powell.
Sometimes they are even told know what types of toys to buy.
The kids make a list throughout the year.
"We know if they like Legos, we know if they like dolls" said Kris Holmes, CEO and President of Penfield.
"These presents mean so much to these kids because this may be one of the only presents they get during this season," said Holmes.
Kohl's also donated $25,000 to support programming at Penfield Children's Center.