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Modified Dolls women's group holds food drive

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KENNEWICK, Wash.-- A non-profit group called Modified Dolls held a food drive Saturday at Van's High Caliber Tattoo in Kennewick.

The group describes themselves as modified women, meaning they have tattoos and piercings.

The group holds different charity events each month. This November, their food drive is in support of 2nd Harvest food bank.

"We really are just all people that want to make a difference in our communities in the world. The Modified Dolls are in every single state in the United States and we have eight different countries. It's all women that just want to prove that just because we're modified doesn't mean we're bad people and we want to show that by doing charity work," said Holly Duncan, Founder of Modified Dolls.

The Modified Dolls non-profit was started here in the Tri-Cities and has grown to an international group with 45 chapters worldwide.

Next month they'll be helping Toys for Tots and the Make A Wish Foundation.