MASSILLON -- At one home in Stark County, the Christmas lights twinkle for children in need.
35,000 lights, to be more specific.
The Forchione family, who live at 3459 Crownpoint Street, have gone all-out for Christmas the last four years.
They've set up a light display, choreographed to Christmas music that can be tuned in on the car radio.
The combination of holiday songs and Disney show tunes delights carpoolers, young and old.
But the Forchiones are trying to do more than just create a beautiful sight or winter wonderland.
They're raising donations for Wishes Can Happen, a local charity that grants wishes for children with life-threatening illnesses.
"We really stopped and thought about how we're doing the light show, and what can we really give back," said Laura Forchione.
It's not the first time the Forchiones have dedicated their holiday decor to charity.
Last year, they raised over $5,000 for the Daniel Patron Memorial Scholarship Fund, in honor of a local hero killed in war.
They also collected close to 1,000 pounds of food donations for the Akron Canton Regional Food Bank.
Wishes Can Happen has been a part of the Stark County community for 30 years. The organization helps make dreams, like trips to Disney World, come true.
Daughter Laura Forchione and her computer-savvy brother Drew, spearhead the display each year.
Included with the lights: a 'snow globe' video screen, introducing the community to the kids who will benefit from Wishes Can Happen, and donations made.
"Christmas is about kids. Being able to raise money to send a sick child to Disney World, as their first and last wish, is something we couldn't pass up," said Laura.
The display will light up every night at 3459 Crownpoint Street, in Massillon, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Monetary donations for Wishes Can Happen, as well as food donations for the food bank can be dropped off at the home.
Guests will also be entered to win a $1,000 raffle basket.