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Stuff the Van Toy Drive

Every year, Townsquare Media and the Wyoming Food for Thought Project team up right before Christmas to "stuff the van" and collect toys for children in need throughout Natrona County. For an entire week, we stand outside of Walmart East for 12 hours to collect toys and monetary donations.

Monetary donations will be used to purchase what toys we still need to collect (if the need is not met), with the remaining proceeds going towards purchasing food for kids who participate in our weekend food bag program, that covers average weekends and extended holiday breaks away from school.


If you are interested in volunteering or donating for this event, feel free to give us a call at 337.1703, and stay tuned for additional updates.

The holiday seasons mean it's time to Stuff the Van with Townsquare Media, Wyoming Food for Thought Project, and Greiner Ford - Powered by Lithia.


For 22 years, this annual toy drive has been giving local children a bright Christmas.


With the help of our partners, Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming, Casper Housing Authority, Head Start, and Child Development Center of Natrona County, we connect with thousands of kids in need. Not only does Stuff the Van give kids a bright Christmas, it helps to give them a bright future. Funds donated to Stuff the Van are used to help round out the holiday meals for kids who go hungry, and if we surpass our goals, then those funds go to feed kids the rest of the year through the Food for Thought Weekend Food Bag Program.


All donations are tax deductible and stay here in our community. Toys for all ages are needed.


Start your toy drive now, challenge your partners, and help us, help kids. For more information call Wyoming Food for Thought Project at (307) 337-1703.

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