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Suggested donation items

Suggested donation items

Items for everyday patient use:

  • Band-Aids (fun characters—non latex)
  • Small Lego sets
  • Nerf balls (football, soccer, etc.)
  • Tie dye kits
  • Nail polish
  • Science experiment kits
  • Make-up kits
  • Bubbles (small liquid bubble bottles)
  • New release movies (2014–2016)
  • New release video games (X Box360, Wii, PlayStation, etc.)
  • Crayons and markers
  • New dolls (American Girl, Barbie, etc.)
  • Fleece blankets (all sizes, boys/girls/all ages through teens)

Clinic funds:

  • Camps (at no cost to patient/family – any amount)
    • Camp Bravo: week long theater camp for patients
    • Camp Achieve: week long winter and summer camp for patients
    • Camp Splash: week long one-on-one swimming lessons for patients
    • Camp Real World: week long camp preparing patients for the real world after 18 years of age
    • Sports Camp: week long camp for patients in wheelchairs
  • Family assistance fund – any amount
    • Meals
    • Lodging
    • Transportation
  • Outreach fund – any amount
    • Outreach clinic support throughout our entire region
  • Special Events – any amount
    • Prom
    • Breakfast With Santa
    • Rainbow of Hope Awards