Last week residents were asked to help "stuff" a bus with items for the Children's Home and Aid Crisis Nursery.
Monday, workers unloaded the stuffed bus.
It was packed to the brim with diapers, wipes, and food.
In additon to all the donated items, the program helped to raise more than $1,300.
The Children's Home and Aid says it's thrilled to get so much support from the community.
Angie Fulton, Development Manage, says "You know, it's tough times so sometimes it's hard to find that extra money so this is a huge relief to our agency and our crisis nursery. This makes a huge impact on many families in the community."
Even though the campaign is over, the Children's Home and Aid accepts donations year round.