The 6th Annual Santa's Secret Workshop benefiting L.A. Family Housing brought out the likes of celebs such as Tiffani Thiessen, Tori Spelling and Lisa Ling

By Jen Juneau
December 06, 2016 03:00 PM
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The holidays are all about giving — and celebrities like Sarah Michelle Gellar and Tori Spelling are happy to make it a family affair.

The stars joined other famous moms, including 7th Heaven alum Beverley Mitchell and Catherine McCord — plus expectant celebs like Lindsay Sloane and Christy Carlson Romano! — along with their kids at Saturday’s 6th Annual Santa’s Secret Workshop in West Hollywood, California.

The charitable event is held yearly to benefit LA Family Housing which, according to its website, “helps people transition out of homelessness and poverty by providing a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.”

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Haylie Duff and daughter Ryan Ava, 18 months, had a ball at the event, where Ryan enjoyed scoping out the toy collection. The twosome even posed with pal Alanna Masterson for a quick pic.

Actress and former ballerina Katherine LaNasa attended the event with her husband, former Melrose Place star Grant Show, and their daughter Eloise McCue, 2½. The adorable family sported matching smiles for a photo between participating in the festivities of the day.

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Tiffani Thiessen was all smiles while posing for pictures with daughter Harper Renn, 6, and son Holt Fisher, 17 months. The sibling set later had fun playing in the fake snow while Mom managed to snap a few photos.

Lisa Ling had her hands full with daughter Ray, 6 months, but 3½-year-old big sister Jett happily took the lead as the family of four — including dad Paul Song — went around the booths, visiting with vendors.

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Real Housewives of Atlanta star Phaedra Parks brought sons Dylan, 3½, and Ayden, 6½, along for the event. During the day, the fun-loving family connected with attendees like Scout Masterson and Bill Horn, as well as Parks’ “wing girl” Gellar.