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    2018 Holiday Toy Drive for Children of Shriners Hospitals for Children – Greenville

    Help spread joy and make holidays sparkle for children of Shriners Hospitals for Children in Greenville. The J Michael Manley is hosting its annual Holiday Toy Drive to brighten the holidays for children in need. Please join us in making the season brighter for them by donating unwrapped toys or items the children need. The smallest gift can mean the world to them.

    How do you donate?

    Starting November 26th until December 11th, you can donate through our two drop-off points. All donations are appreciated, no matter how big or small.


    DROP-OFF LOCATIONS

    Drop-off your donations at any of the following locations:

    Java Bistro 
    102 Batesville Road
    Simpsonville, SC 29681
    Hucks Financial Services
    138 S. Main Street
    Simpsonville, SC 29681

    Send a message of hope, love, and compassion to children this holiday season by donating to the J Michael Manley Team’s Holiday Toy Drive! Help us ensure this special time of the year will be filled with joyful memories for the children. Join us as we work to provide gifts to kids in Shriners Hospitals for Children – Greenville. They are in need of toys and child-appropriate gift items.

    Current items needed:

    • Black fuzzy felt art posters (usually comes with markers)
    • Regular deck of cards
    • Latch hook rug craft kit (check that latch hook is included)
    • Transformer toys – (can twist and turn it into a robot!)
    • Small cross stitch kits (comes with thread and needle)
    • Superhero toys/action figures
    • Nail polish – all colors
    • Ninja Turtle toys/figures
    • “AXE” body wash, shampoo, cologne
    • Captain America toys/figures
    • New or recent DVD movies (G, PG, PG-13)
    • Rod and reels
    • Paint by number kits
    • Tackle boxes
    • Earphones/earbuds
    • Cozy Coupe Little Tykes car
    • Markers
    • Ping pong paddle and balls
    • Acrylic paint
    • Hello Kitty toys/items
    • Paint brushes
    • Spiderman/Hulk toys
    • Sponge brushes 2-inch (found at Home Depot or Lowes)
    • Hotwheels/Matchbox cards
    • Wallets
    • Hot Wheels kits
    • Purses
    • Model cars (that can snap together)
    • Watches
    • Gift cards (Walmart, Target, I-Tunes, K-Mart)
    • Baby dolls
    • Little kids flash lights (make them in the shape of animals)
    • Barbies
    • Mylar helium balloons (Get Well/You’re Special/Smiley Face/Disney Characters/Happy Birthday/Holidays)
    • Remote control cars
    • Wooden crafts
    • Jewelry
    • Basic fun Simon handheld game
    • Make-up (mascara, lipstick, eyeliner, ect.)
    • Mega Screen Solitaire handheld
    • Bop-It hand held game
    • Catch Phrase handheld
    • Uno card game
    • Yahtzee handheld digital game
    • Phase Ten card games
    • Electronic football handheld

    Baclofen/tone clinic needs:

    • Musical toys
    • Toys/cars that make noise
    • Play guitar/keyboards that make sounds
    • Bubbles
    • Playdough
    • Lite up toys

    Nursing unit needs: 

    • Stickers (medical, motivational, animal)
    • Gripper socks
    • Boys boxer briefs
    • Teenage girls cotton panties (no bikini)
    • Elastic hair ties – no metal in it
    • Horseshoe shaped pillows (go behind patient’s neck)
    • Small pillows to go under casts
    • Give away cheap pillows
    • Drawsheets (48″x64″)
    • Colorful pillowcases
    • Surgical gowns with snaps/ties in back (small adult)
    • Small tape measures (8 ft.)

    Respiratory therapy needs:

    • Cheap harmonicas (children take deep breaths while having fun!)
    • Birthday blowers

    Castroom needs: 

    • Cloth bags in bright colors
    • Fabric paint

     

    Donate to Shriners Hospitals for Children – Greenville

    Greenville Shriners Hospital provides care for children with orthopedic conditions.  Physical and Occupational Therapies are provided to help children with fine/gross motor skills, balance, walking, standing etc.  Patients are treated with special care by a comprehensive team of physical and occupational therapist and full-time staff of pediatric orthopedic doctors.

    Shriners Hospitals for Children — Greenville opened its doors in 1927 and recently celebrated its 90th anniversary. 90 years and counting, Shriners Hospitals for Children continue to improve the lives of children in need of pediatric care. Our community depends on this incredible service to children and their parents. And because the Shriners Organization covers 100% beyond what Primary Insurance doesn’t cover, the hospital needs our help.  Please consider donating to our local Greenville Shriners Hospital. Simply go to www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org/greenville and click the “Donate” button near the top right corner. There are many options where you can help either by donating online, by phone, by mail, planned gifts, fundraising, or hosting an event.

     

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