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Toy drive to honor toddler in suspected beating death

Kinsley Kinner (Scott Sneft, Facebook) Kinsley Kinner (Scott Sneft, Facebook)

Even after passing away, 2-year-old Kinsley Kinner will continue to touch the lives of other children.

A toy drive in Kinsley’s name will go toward needy children and her organs have already helped other sick kids, according to posts on social media.

The toddler passed away last week after police said she was severely beaten by her mother’s boyfriend.

Bradley Young, 27, is charged with murder and the girl's mother, Rebecca Ashton Kinner, 23, faces a charge of felony permitting child abuse. 

A-Tech Towing & Recovery organized a toy drive for Kinsley’s’s father, Scott Senft. The toys will be distributed to local organizations of Senft’s choice. The company is also collecting clothing for Kinsley’s soon-to-be-born little brother.

Toys and clothing can be dropped off at the company’s office, located at 63 Old Oxford State Road in Middletown. Donations will also be accepted at the visitation service Tuesday.

Senft said supporters have generously donated more than enough money to bury Kinsley and he plans to give what's left over to the families who've received Kinsley's organs.

At least two sick children received her organs, Senft posted on social media. He said his daughter lives on through those children who've been given another chance. 

The viewing begins at 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Vineyard Church in Franklin. 

Funeral services begin at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Vineyard Church with burial at Spring Grove Cemetery. 

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