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In Denver, 125 young women got a huge surprise when they walked into a gymnasium to discover they’d be going home with a new toy for the holidays. They are all part of the nonprofit Girls Inc that is helping and inspiring girls to be smart, strong and bold. Comcast is also providing free internet access for the girls through their “Lift Zone” program. If you are interesting in learning how to help Girls Inc. and other similar organizations, head to TODAY.com/toydrive. (Comcast is the parent company of NBC News.)