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Clark Howard's Christmas Kids
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Clark Howard's Christmas Kids

Clark Howard's Christmas Kids

Clark Howard's Christmas Kids

Join News 95.5 and AM750 WSB at any of the Walmart stores below to participate in our annual Clark's Christmas Kids toy and gift drive.

Come in store to choose a wish list from one of Georgia’s foster children and then purchase one or more gifts for that child to receive on Christmas morning.

You can make a difference in the lives of roughly 7,000 kids in foster care who will need help this holiday season. 

We thank St. Vincent de Paul Georgia for their support.


 


Clark Howard and other WSB hosts will broadcast live from each location at the times listed below:

ROSWELL DUNWOODY
Thursday, December 1
2pm - 7pm

Clark live on air 3pm - 6pm

Walmart, 970 Mansell Rd.
Roswell, GA 30076
770-993-0533
Map & Directions


Friday, December 2
2pm - 7pm

Clark live on air 3pm - 7pm

Walmart, 4725 Ashford Dunwoody Rd.
Dunwoody, GA 30338
770-395-0199
Map & Directions
EAST COBB PEACHTREE CITY
Saturday, December 3
8am - 1pm

Clark live on air 9am - Noon w/Dave Baker

Walmart, 3100 Johnson Ferry Rd.
Marietta, GA 30062
770-640-7225
Map & Directions



Saturday, December 3
8am - 1pm

Erick Erickson live on air 10am - Noon
(Clark NOT at this location)


Walmart, 2717 Hwy 54
Peachtree City, GA 30269
770-632-6373
Map & Directions

MILTON DULUTH
Friday, December 9
2pm - 7pm

Clark live on air 3pm - 7pm

Walmart, 5200 Windward Pkwy
Milton, GA 30004
770-772-9033
Map & Directions


Saturday, December 10
8am - 1pm
Clark live on air 9am - Noon

Walmart, 2635 Pleasant Hill Rd.
Duluth, GA 30096
770-418-0162
Map & Directions


CUMMING MARIETTA
Saturday, December 10
8am - 1pm
Dave Baker live on air 9am - Noon
with Scott Slade and Belinda Skelton
(Clark NOT at this location)


Walmart, 1500 Market Place Blvd
Cumming, GA 30041
770-889-3436
Map & Directions


Sunday, December 11
9am - 3pm
Clark live on air 10am - 2pm

Walmart, 210 Cobb Pkwy S
Marietta, GA 30060
770-429-9029
Map & Directions




LILBURN
Sunday, December 11
9am - 3pm
Wes Moss live on air 9am - 11am
Eric Von Haessler live on air 11am - 1pm
(Clark NOT at this location)


Walmart, 4004 Lawrenceville Hwy
Lilburn, GA 30047
770-921-9224
Map & Directions


Donate Here if you want to help but can’t make one of these events.




Watch Clark Howard's Christmas Kids video from 2014.

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