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Ideas for giving

Ideas for giving

Ideas for giving

Wish list items

The items listed below are always on our wish list! We request that all donations are left unwrapped. If a donation is intended for a specific program, please mark the item with tags indicating the program for which it is intended.

Child life program wish list

Child life specialists help reduce the stresses associated with staying in the hospital and teach patients coping skills by offering opportunities to play, learn and interact.

Pre-school

  • Interactive toys (toys that pop up, light up, make noises)
  • Fisher Price medical play kits
  • Cars and trucks
  • Books

School age/young adult

  • Dolls / Barbies
  • Action figures
  • Arts and crafts sets
  • Bead kits
  • My Little Pony
  • Littlest Pet Shop
  • Legos
  • Makeup kits and nail polish
  • New release DVDs
  • Journals
  • Remote control cars
  • Gift cards (Target, Fred Meyer, Walmart, iTunes, Starbucks, etc.)
  • Sports team (Ducks, Beavers, Mariners, Seahawks, etc.) logo wear (hats, t-shirts, etc.)
  • Batteries (AA, AAA, 9 Volt)

Rehabilitation program wish list

  • Hand sanitizer (sprays, wipes, gels) to give to parents
  • Bead kits
  • Large block Lego toys
  • Stamping kits
  • Stickers
  • Toddler remote control cars
  • Athletic shoes (girls and boys)
  • Children’s books
  • iPads, Tablets

School program wish list

Our hospital school program serves as a bridge between home, hospital and school by providing students with medical needs a flexible, motivational, educational experience.

  • Flash drives
  • Elmer’s brand glue and glue sticks
  • Klutz brand window art – liquid refills
  • Colorful 1” binders
  • Designer (patterned) spiral notebooks
  • Ticonderoga brand pencils
  • Crayola washable markers, colored pencils, crayons
  • HP white 8 ½ x 11 printer paper
  • Sharpie brand colored markers, thick and thin point
  • Batteries (AA, AAA, 9 Volt)
  • Boxtops for Education

Transitions program

Our Transitions program is a structured program that helps teens with their medical care while also teaching important life and independence skills

  • Small exercise weights
  • Popcorn poppers
  • Small wireless speakers
  • Teen games
  • i-Pod shuffle
  • Electric toothbrush
  • Nice pens
  • 1” binders and loose-leaf paper
  • Makeup and nail polish sets
  • iPads, Tablets
  • Scientific and graphing calculators
  • Gift cards (Fred Meyer, Wal-Mart, Target etc.)