Stuff a Bus to help local seniors in need

by | May 15, 2017

Reposted on behalf of the City of Reno
Reno, Nevada. May 15, 2017. The City of Reno, Washoe County and the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) are partnering again for the Stuff a Bus program to support local seniors in need.
The donation drive begins on Thursday, May 18, 2017 and ends on Tuesday, May 30, 2017. The organizations are asking for NEW, unused items for seniors in the community. A list of needed items is available at
“This is a great opportunity to extend a helping hand to the seniors in our community who may be struggling to make ends meet,” said Reno Vice Mayor and RTC Commissioner Neoma Jardon. “I have been so proud and thankful to see the generosity of so many community members who donated to past Senior Giving efforts.”
What to donate:

Jackets, sweatshirts, and pants
Air circulation fans and auto off electric space heaters
Household cleaning and bathroom supplies
Adult diapers
Gift cards (grocery stores, pharmacies, book stores, movies, pet stores, etc.)
Bus passes or RTC Access ticket books (
Financial donations are also accepted. Checks can be made payable to Washoe County Senior Services

Starting on May 18, donations can be delivered to these locations:

Reno City Hall, 1st and 2nd floors at 1 East First Street, Reno
Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center  at 1301 Valley Road, Reno
Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center at 2745 Elementary Drive, Reno
Neil Road Recreation Center at 3925 Neil Road, Reno
Reno Police Department at 455 E. Second Street, Reno
Sparks City Hall at 431 Prater Way, Sparks
Sparks Senior Center at 97 Richards Way, Sparks
Washoe County Senior Center at  1001 E. Ninth Street, Building E, Reno
Washoe County Human Services  at  350 Center Street, Reno
Washoe County Sheriff’s Office at 911 Parr Blvd., Reno
Washoe County District Attorney’s Office at 1 S. Sierra Street, Reno
RTC Administrative Offices at 1105 Terminal Way, Reno
The Continuum  at 3700 Grant Drive, Reno
My Wedding Library, Summit Mall at  13945 S. Virginia St., Suite 618, Reno
Jet.Com, Tahoe Reno Industrial Center at 2777 USA Parkway, Suite 115, McCarran

Donated items will be delivered to Washoe County Senior Services at the end of the program and distributed to seniors in need.
The drive will culminate with a Senior Giving Stuff a Bus event on Tuesday, May 30. An RTC bus will be parked in front of Greater Nevada Field between 4 and 6 p.m. People who donate during those hours will receive a buy-one, get-one coupon for an upcoming Reno Aces baseball game or 1868 FC soccer match.
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