We may not be able to parade around your neighborhood this year, but NBC 26 is still teaming up with the Green Bay Metro Fire Department to bring you Gifts for Teens, a campaign to help kids in need around the holidays.
This year, the Animal House in Green Bay will match donations up to $1,000.
"It's almost an overlooked segment of our society. And a very important segment. They're at a very impressionable age, lots of things going on in their lives and conflicts and issues and concerns that they have. This is just a way to help make their Christmas season a brighter and more happy one," said Animal House owner Dr. Pat Warpinski.
The fire department will buy gifts using the monetary donations and bring them to the Salvation Army.
The non-profit will distribute presents to Brown County teens in need. Click here to learn more.