Mayor Sarno and Springfield Police Department to Join with Springfield Together and Strong Young Minds for 3rd Annual Stuff a Cruiser Event at Walmart
Springfield, Mass — Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and the Springfield Police Department are proud to partner with Springfield Together Inc., and Strong Young Minds for the 3rd Annual Stuff a Cruiser event at Walmart on Boston Road to help share the joy of the holidays with those less fortunate.
Mayor Sarno states, “Police Commissioner Cheryl Clapprood and I want to thank and acknowledge the dedicated team at Springfield Together, Strong Young Minds, Walmart, our residents and business community, and everyone involved who continues to work hard during these challenging and surreal times of this COVID-19 pandemic to make sure that we are still able to give to those less fortunate, especially during the holidays.”
The public is invited to the Walmart on Boston Road on Saturday, November 27, 2021 from 9:00 am till 4:00 pm, where they will be able to donate stocking stuffers such as markers, playdough, matchbox cars, mini dolls, and many more.
A tentative schedule of events, information on how to participate in the event, and volunteer opportunities leading up to and on the day, can be found at Springfield Together Inc’s Facebook page or our website at www.springfieldtogether.org.
For organizations and individuals wanting to support the Stuff a Cruiser event or future events, please email Springfield Together at [email protected]