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Thank you for making Week 2 of WLTX's Stuff-a-Bus another big success

With your help, we collected toys to help make a child's Christmas dream come true.

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Week Two of WLTX's annual Stuff-a-Bus campaign was another success, as we worked together to help make children's Christmas mornings special! 

We once again partnered with the Salvation Army at four Walmart locations in the Midlands to collect hundreds of unwrapped toys for both girls and boys that can be put under the Christmas tree. We also took donations of canned food.

This week's locations are the following: Two Notch Road, Harbison, Sumter, and Garners Ferry Road in Columbia. Many of you came by those locations to donate, and we got several large donations as well of bikes, toys, and other gifts.

While we don't know exactly how many items were collected, we do many children will be waking up on Christmas morning with something under the tree thanks to your generosity.

The collected toys will now be brought to the Salvation Army's warehouse, who'll then be in charge of distributing them to children from a list of parents who told the agency they needed Christmas assistance. 

Thank you so much for your kindness and generosity! 

Why Stuff a Bus is Important

This year has been another challenging year for the Midlands, and it’s meaning it's extremely important for the Midlands to come together as a community to lift up our neighbors. 

Many families are still struggling, so this Christmas season, giving just means more. 

Thank you for giving and making a difference!

WEEK 2 - December 10th Locations:

From 6:00am – 7:30pm @ the following Walmart stores:

Two Notch – 10060 Two Notch Rd., Columbia, SC 29223

Harbison – 360 Harbison Blvd., Columbia, SC 29212

Sumter – 1283 Broad St., Sumter, SC 29150

Columbia – 7520 Garners Ferry Rd., Columbia, SC 29209

Can't Make It? There's a Way to Donate Virtually

A virtual red kettle set up for general donations. To access the virtual red kettle visit our website: doingthemostgood.org or the link below: