Casper's own Levi "KaMaKaZiE KiD" Troutman has decided to once more use his superpowers for good. It's time for the 5th annual "KaMaKaZiE KiD Coat Drive".

Now through February, you can drop off new or gently used coats, gloves, hats and scarves for less fortunate adults and children in Casper and the surrounding community.

This is a great opportunity to clean out those closets and help provide much needed warmth to needy families and individuals in our community this winter.

Drop off coat collection sites include: 1890 Screen and Stitch, Program Motors, Stuft Gourmet Baked Potatoes, Crum Electric Supply and at Shifters. All the items that are collected will be distributed by the Salvation Army at the Hope Center.

Levi has stated that if we receive over 500 coats that he will breathe fire for spectators at Shifters at a future date.  If we receive over 1000 coats then he will light himself on fire and run as far as he can at Shifters purely for our enjoyment!!

Levi Troutman, better known as the KaMaKaZiE KiD - was raised in Casper.  If you're not familiar with the KaMaKaZiE KiD, he is Casper's very own real life 'Daredevil' that spits fire, lights himself on fire and even runs through walls of fire along with many other amazing stunts.  Levi has been touring across the country for the last 7 years performing stunts for audiences both big and small.  In 2013, Levi was even featured on the History Channel's TV show - American Daredevils.

As wintertime approaches here in Wyoming, there are lots of folks who need our help.

Please consider donating a coat or other new or gently used winter clothing items to help this great cause.  Levi is hoping we can all join together again this year to help those a little less fortunate in our community.

For more info about this year's KaMaKaZiE KiD Coat Drive, click here.