What can I donate?

For health and safety purposes, it is crucial that donated items be brand new, unopened, and unwrapped to decrease the risk of infection for patients.

Support our patients.

Toy closets offer a much deserved reward for each patient undergoing treatment.  It gives children something to hope for during challenging procedures or when achieving milestones in their journey.  Ages of the patients we support range from infants to teenagers and have varying interests we'd like to support.  Here is a brief list of examples that make great donations for pediatric patients.


  • Pop-up books

  • Light-up toys

  • Blocks

  • Learning toys

  • Play kitchen items


  • Teething toys

  • Musical toys

  • Rattles

  • Mobiles

  • Infant clothing


  • Video games

  • Journals

  • Gift cards

  • Model car kits

  • Jewelry

  • Movies

  • Handheld games

School Age

  • Matchbox cars

  • Board games

  • Arts & Crafts

  • Lego sets

  • Disney toys

  • Dolls

Can't make a physical donation?  Not to worry, click here to see other ways to donate online.

Support our free community programs.

Our programs aim to raise awareness for patients battling pediatric cancer and other life threatening illnesses while providing free community events to patients and local families.

Arts & Crafts Programs

  • Non toxic acrylic paints

  • Paint brushes (various)

  • Non-spill cups

  • Paint trays

  • Canvases (various)

  • Easels

  • Crayons/Markers/Pencils

  • Yarn

  • Construction paper

  • Popsicle sticks

  • Glue

  • Artist aprons

  • Pipe cleaners

  • Googly eyes

  • Pom poms

  • Colored feathers

  • Ziploc bags

  • Folding tables

  • Plastic table covers

  • Folding chairs

More Programs Coming Soon...