Sumter, SC (WLTX)- Eaton electrical plant in Sumter has been involved with Stuff-A-Bus for five years.
"We are going to spend close to two thousand dollars," says Barbie Earles, a community involvement team member at Eaton.
They spent Thursday afternoon shopping at Wal-Mart, items on the list: 20 bikes, 20 helmets, doll babies, action figures and much more. Barbie says it's not just about the kids.
"I think about the parents and how it is able to take the stress off of them for Christmas and how excited their kids are going to be. And also what relief it is for them to know their children are not going to be left out."
You can donate tomorrow:
We'll be out at the Walmart in Sumter, on Two Notch Road in Richland County, and in Harbison. You can donate from 5 in the morning until 7:30 at night.
You don't even have to get out of your car to donate: just pull into the parking lot and our little elves will come and collect your donation. And of course, everything that's donated stays right here in the Midlands.