Cobb County Government

CobbLinc, Cobb Christmas Partner for Stuff-A-Bus

The annual Stuff-A-Bus program, sponsored by the Cobb County Department of Transportation’s transit division, CobbLinc, and Cobb Christmas, Inc., the County’s oldest and largest holiday assistance program, is now accepting gifts for the 2017 holiday season. This December the specially wrapped CobbLinc bus will visit various business locations to collect new toys, monetary donations and non-perishable foods to benefit families in need.

 

2017 Stuff-A-Bus Schedule

Dec. 12: WellStar Cobb Hospital, WellStar Windy Hill Hospital, WellStar Administrative Building, WellStar Corporate Office, WellStar Kennestone Hospital, WellStar Vinings Health Park, Home Depot (Powder Springs)

Dec. 13: American Heart Association, One Overton Park, Kennesaw State University - Marietta Campus, Marietta Square, WellStar Acworth Health Park, Philips Respironics

Dec. 14: Traton Homes; WellStar East Cobb Health Park; Mavis Lane Realty; Three-13 Salon, Spa & Boutique; Cobb Community Development Agency

 

Click here to view Cobb Christmas' full schedule with specific stop times.

 

Cobb Christmas and CobbLinc have partnered annually for the Stuff-A-Bus program since 2004. Cobb Christmas is a non-profit, all volunteer organization started in 1963 by The Center for Family Resources to assist low-income families of Cobb County during the Christmas season. With heavy involvement from community groups, the program branched out on its own in 1978 and was incorporated in 1980. Since that time, Cobb Christmas has provided gifts of new toys and food to several thousand needy families and children in Cobb County. Cobb Christmas coordinates with other holiday programs in the area to avoid duplication of services.

Learn more about Cobb Christmas and other methods for donation at cobbchristmas.net. For updates on this year’s Stuff-A-Bus program, visit cobblinc.com or follow @cobbtransit on Twitter.