Will Cobb County Residents Donate Gifts to 1,000 Local Families This Year?

December 4, 2023
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Will Cobb County Residents Donate Gifts to 1,000 Local Families This Year?

🚌 The Gist: Cobb County’s Stuff-A-Bus toy drive, running from December 12-14, aims to collect donations for about 1,000 local families.

🎁 The Details: Stuff-A-Bus, an annual event organized by Cobb Christmas, Inc., CobbLinc, First Transit, and local businesses and volunteers, is deploying a specially-wrapped bus to various locations in Cobb County. Residents are encouraged to bring new, unwrapped toys suitable for children aged 3 to 13. Toys can be donated at designated host sites before the bus’s scheduled arrival.

📅 Schedule and Locations:

  • Tuesday, Dec. 12: Stops include Wellstar Acworth Health Park, Georgia Fitness Acworth, KNAPP, WellStar Pediatric Center, and Wal-Mart in Kennesaw.
  • Wednesday, Dec. 13: Visits Wellstar Corporate, Pivotal Retail Group, Stasco Mechanical, Wellstar East Cobb Health Park, and Notre Dame Club of ATL.
  • Thursday, Dec. 14: Includes Traton Homes, Laseter’s Tavern, Galleria on the Park, TK Elevator Corporation, and Wellstar Vinings Health Park.

🎓 In Context: Stuff-A-Bus is part of a broader effort by community organizations to support families in need during the holiday season. The initiative harnesses public transportation for a community cause, enhancing accessibility and visibility for the toy drive.

🌟 Why It Matters: The toy drive directly impacts Cobb County families, particularly benefiting children who may otherwise not receive gifts during the holiday season. It demonstrates community solidarity and the power of collaborative efforts involving public services and local businesses.

🤝 What You Can Do: Residents can contribute by donating toys at any of the listed locations before the bus’s scheduled pickup. Participation in this initiative provides direct support to local families and children.

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