- Associated Press - Saturday, December 19, 2015

ATLANTA (AP) - Celebrity guests took part in a doll drive to benefit kindergarten girls before their Christmas holiday.

LaTavia Roberson of Destiny’s Child and local television news anchor Erin Coleman helped pass out dolls to more than 40 girls at the Saving Our Daughters’ 11th annual Iliss Bratz Doll Drive in Atlanta on Saturday. The girls were from the Boys & Girls Club of Hall County.

TV and film producer Roger Bobb sponsored most of the dolls.

Nonprofit organization Saving Our Daughters and WHTA, known locally as Hot 107.9, partnered to hold the annual doll drive.

The doll drive is dedicated in the memory of Iliss Marie Benjamin, who died at age 12 after a battle with cancer. Her father, Curtis Benjamin, is the founder of Saving Our Daughters.



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