BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — The family of Devin Page Jr. and 100 Black Men of Baton Rouge gave away dozens of Christmas presents in honor of Devin on Monday.

“It’s very sad that Sunday coming, I won’t be able to have all three of my kids with me,” said Tye Toliver, mother of Devin.

In April, three-year-old Devin was killed by a stray bullet while lying in bed. Toliver said it doesn’t feel like the happiest time of the year, but helping families brings her purpose.

“This is what helps me, it’s a part of my healing, so anything I can do to help other families, I want to do that,” she said.

Tye shared memories of her baby boy on what she didn’t know would be his last Christmas.

“He wanted a garbage truck. When he unwrapped it, he was so excited and happy, ‘Thank you mommy, oh my God!’ He wanted to show everyone that truck. He brought that truck everywhere with him,” said Tye.

“If I had one more chance to hold my grandbaby, I would tell him this is all for you, this is all for you,” said Cathy Toliver, grandmother of Devin.

Executive Director of the 100 Black Men of Baton Rouge Dadrius Lanus said it was a no-brainer to support Devin’s family.

“It’s a lot of families who don’t understand the concept of Christmas because they simply can’t afford it. So we want to make sure we identify those families, who they are,” he said.

The family promises to continue giving back in Devin’s honor every holiday season.

Baton Rouge police said there are no new updates to Devin’s case. The suspect in the shooting death is still unknown.