Donate a new toy to a child in hospital
15th November 2021
Children in hospital are having a really difficult time at the moment. Hospital play rooms are shut or restricted, visitors aren’t allowed in and nurses and play teams have told us they are desperate for toys. That's why we’ve teamed up with Camp Simcha to collect new toys for children in hospital this holiday season.
Every year we collect toys to deliver to children in need during the holiday season, and this year we've joined forces with the wonderful team at Camp Simcha to bring a boost to children spending the festive season in hospital.
WAYS TO GET INVOLVED
We're asking you to donate new toys for children of all ages, which we will deliver to children in hospital. Please be aware we aren't able to accept cuddly toys due to infection risk.
DELIVER TO OUR FACILITY
If you live locally and you are able to deliver to our facility in Watford then please email the team: email@example.com to arrange a time for drop-off. Our address is: Goods For Good 100 Cecil Street, Watford, WA24 5AD
DONATE BY POST
If you are unable to make it to our facility in Watford then you can post the item(s) you wish to donate by sending them to: Goods For Good, 100 Cecil Street, Watford, WA24 5AD
If you are unable to donate a new toy but would like to support the appeal then you can donate funds to help us cover the logistics of delivering the toys to the children in hospital. You can donate by clicking here.
VOLUNTEER WITH US
We need support to sort and pack the donations we receive before they are ready to be delivered to children in need. We are currently in need of; Community Champions to collect toys from your community and bring them to our facility in Watford; Pickers and Packers to sort and pack the donations we receive and Drivers to collect donated toys from our facility in Watford and deliver them to our warehouse (also in Watford). If you are able to help then we'd love to hear from you. Please email the team: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Toy Appeal is in association with Camp Simcha and Gift and supported by the David Goodman Charitable Trust.