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The Bottomless Toy Chest is proud to serve children at the following hospitals:
Lamaze baby toys, rattles, teething rings, soft cuddly blankets, stuffed animals, push & pull toys, stacking & sorting toys, pop up boxes, baby dolls of all ethnicities and Play-Doh activity kits.
Ethnically diverse Barbies, Monster High dolls, Polly Pockets, doll/stuffed animal making kits, craft/art kits, rubber-band bracelet kits, jewelry making kits, card making kits, scrapbooking kits, manicure and pedicure kits, make up, hand lotions and journals with pens.
Action figures, matchbox cars, Legos/Bionicles ages 8 and up, car/train making kits ages 11 and up, Nerf basketball hoop, remote control helicopters, hand held video games and anything sports related ages 12 and up!
Toys featuring popular TV & movie characters such as Dora, Spongebob, Thomas the Train. DVD’s: G, PG, PG-13, iTunes cards, Visa gift cards and sport team logo wear ( Lions, Pistons,Tigers, Red Wings, UofM and Michigan State).
All toys must be new and unused!
The Bottomless Toy Chest makes routine deliveries to hospitals in Michigan 52 weeks a year. This year we will deliver over 30,000 toys and activities! Each item we present is brand new, gift-wrapped in cellophane and ribbon and hand delivered to a patient. The clear gift wrap keeps the items clean and safe for children with weakened immune systems, gives them a choice in an environment where they have no choices, and gives children who are under massive distress the joyful experience of opening a present. The Bottomless Toy Chest is a consistent, reliable program that focuses on increasing the quality of life for pediatric cancer patients during treatment.
Our mission is to lift the spirits and promote a positive state of mind in young cancer patients by providing them with engaging, empowering activities while they are going through treatment.