Williamsburg Police Department Hosts Food and Toy Drive

Police cruiser (courtesy of the City of Williamsburg)

Williamsburg – The Williamsburg Police Department (WPD) Department of Human Services is collecting non-perishable food items for the “Stuff the Cruiser” food campaign.

This is the second year that the Stuff the Cruiser food campaign has been launched. This year, the food drive started on November 19 at Aldi on Richmond Road and continued on November 21 at Food Lion on Richmond Road. During the event, the Police Department also assisted the Human Heritage Society in collecting dog and cat food and toys for the shelter animals.

Charles Stamper, WPD’s Community Engagement Officer, is now working with the Williamsburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority and the Department of Human Services to help deliver bulk meals at a food drive to families in Williamsburg in need before Thanksgiving on November 25.

Next WPD Toy Drive

(Courtesy of the City of Williamsburg)

WPD will also be participating in the sixth annual Toy Drive game starting this Thanksgiving weekend. City employees and volunteers will accept unwrapped toys and financial donations during the following dates:

Those who do not have access to these sites can leave their donations at the Department of Human Services or the Williamsburg Police Station.

The City of Williamsburg requires that if local residents know of any families who might benefit from the drives to contact the Department of Human Services.

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