Hour-by-Hour: Who has the highest chance for seeing scattered storms on Father’s Day
1 inmate dead, 7 others suspected of overdosing at Virginia prison
Where kids can get free meals this summer

Dozens line up to trade toys for tattoos in Richmond

RICHMOND, Va. -- A tattoo parlor had an incredible response to their holiday “Toys for Tats” drive on Sunday.

Toys completely covered the floors of Black Rabbit Tattoo after dozens of folks lined up to trade a new children's toy for a free tattoo or gift card.

The donations went to Child Savers, a local non-profit group, which will give the toys to children with families that are unable to give them Christmas gifts.

Ryan Wall, the shop's co-owner, said he and his wife wanted to help others.

“It's important to us,” Wall said. “We love kids we love the community and we just want to make sure everyone in Richmond is taken care of this year that we can possibly take care of.”

Wall said he was overwhelmed with gratitude at the support for this event.

Notice: you are using an outdated browser. Microsoft does not recommend using IE as your default browser. Some features on this website, like video and images, might not work properly. For the best experience, please upgrade your browser.