iHeartMedia Pittsburgh Top 40 WKST ( 96.1 KISS) collected 60 school buses worth of new unwrapped toys during the 15th annual Stuff-A-Bus toy drive to benefit the U.S. Marine Corp’s Toys for Tots program. The event took place on Monday, November 26 through Friday, November 30.

During the drive, 96.1 KISS’ on-air personalities Mikey, Bob, Tall Cathy and Scottro broadcasted remotely from the Robinson Town Centre in Robinson Township, Pennsylvania and encouraged listeners to donate toys for the community from individual listeners and their families, as well as local schools, public safety departments and neighboring businesses.

Donors who contributed to Stuff-A-Bus this year included Pittsburgh Steelers Wide Receivers JuJu Smith-Schuster and Trey Griffey who brought an SUV filled with toys. Other notable donors included Pittsburgh natives Michael “Mikey” Foster and Charles “Scootie” Anderson from the Hip-Hop duo Social House, known for their single “Magic in the Hamptons” as well as the producers of Ariana Grande’s hit, “thank u, next.”

“Stuff-A-Bus is one of our favorite events,” said David Edgar, Region Senior Vice President of Programming for iHeartMedia Pittsburgh. “This drive has become a big tradition for the Pittsburgh community. We are thankful to our listeners, who once again showed their support.”

Pittsburgh Steeler Trey Griffey, 96.1 KISS Morning Show Co-Host Bob, Steeler-JuJu Smith-Shuster, 96.1 KISS Morning Show Co-Host-Mikey, 96.1 KISS Afternoon Host-Tall Cathy

Tony Bracey, Marketing and Promotions for SB Projects, Morning Show Co-Host Bob, Morning Show Co-Host Mikey, Michael “Mikey” Foster of Social House, 96.1 KISS Afternoon Host Tall Cathy, Charles “Scootie” Anderson of Social House, 96.1 KISS Evening Host Scottro, David Edgar, Region Senior Vice President of Programming-Pittsburgh-WV Region.