Posted by Steve Lettau on Nov 19, 2020

From: T-M Noon Rotary Club Newsletter

During the past 14 years, Kapco Kids2Kids Christmas Toy Drive has collected more than 225,000 new toys that have been contributed to dozens of local charities serving low income and disadvantaged youth. 
Excerpt from an email from: Zach Eisendrath,Vice President of Business Development, Kacmarcik Enterprises.

This year, Jim Kacmarcik and our team have big plans for the largest toy drive in Wisconsin, as we will be launching Kapco’s Kids2Kids Christmas Wonderland, a  high-profile, destination event taking place in November and December 2020 that will bring joy and wonderment to tens of thousands of people in southeastern Wisconsin. This will be one of the few, social-distanced ways to for children to meet Santa this year -- and will help us raise funds to support our toy drive at the same time. 

Event Details:

With stunning displays constructed by Hollywood set designers, over one million lights, an incredible entry tunnel,  a live nativity scene, and even Santa’s Workshop,  Kapco’s Kids2Kids Christmas Wonderland will be an unparalleled celebration of the season and joy of giving.  From the safety and comfort of their own vehicle, people of all ages will enjoy a drive-thru experience like no other.

Now in our 15th year, with social distancing in mind, Kapco’s Kids2Kids Christmas Wonderland is a bold vision to bring joy to tens of thousands of people. One of Kapco’s large parking lots on the corner of Highway 60 and Cheyenne Avenue in Grafton will be transformed into something never before experienced in our region. Proceeds from Kapco’s Kids2Kids Christmas Wonderland will be utilized to purchase new toys for children in need in our community and provide healing and hope to children who have experienced trauma and other adversity.

If sponsorship does not interest you, but you would like to support our cause, you may also purchase tickets to the Wonderland or make a tax-deductible donation to provide toys to children in need this holiday season. Tickets and donations are accepted directly online at