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Toy Drive Benefiting Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

The Season of Giving is Here – Join The Noël Team’s Toy Drive – From December 1st to 20th – Benefiting Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

The Season of Giving Is Here. Join The Noel Team's Toy Drive Toy Drive Benefiting Children's Hospital Los Angeles

Help us provide new toys to the wonderful children at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

Make sure toys are unwrapped and in the original packaging.

To drop off your toy, visit our office:
📍 2701 Ocean Park Boulevard Suite 140
Santa Monica, CA 90405

or schedule a pick-up:
Call JP at 310.482.2239

Thank you for your support!

Items Needed the Most:

  • Generic coloring books –- no holiday/spiritual references
  • Crayola markers and colored pencils –- all sizes
  • Play-Doh (cans with no attachments)
  • Medical play kits (doctor’s kits)
  • Baby rattles
  • Baby mirrors
  • Infant toys (0-2 years old)
  • Musical toys (cause and effect)
  • Pop-up toys (cause and effect)
  • Bubbles (4 oz bottles or smaller)
  • Superhero action figures
  • Barbie dolls
  • Hard-body baby dolls (please no plush/soft-body dolls)
  • Dinosaurs
  • Legos
  • Craft and bead kits
  • Educational/science kits
  • Tabletop games – especially UNO cards and playing cards
  • Small white boards with dry-erase Markers (size 8.5″ x 11″)
  • Beauty kits such as make-up and lotion kits for older patients (no body sprays)
  • L.A. sports team sports swag
  • Earbuds and headphones for older patients

Items We Cannot Accept:

  • Toy collections or collectables, even if they have been well-preserved
  • Plush, stuffed animals or any items with small pellets
  • Anything handmade, such as knitted or crocheted items including beanies, blankets, clothing
  • Oversized toys such as ride-on vehicles, large doll houses/doll vehicles, or other oversized items
  • VHS tapes
  • Wooden items
  • Glass, ceramic, brittle plastic or any other toys that can easily break and leave sharp edges
  • Flowers, edible gifts or holiday treats
  • Any items that promote violent and aggressive behavior, including video games or DVDs
  • “Gently used” items
  • Handmade cards and paper items
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