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NCFJE’s Toys For Children: Bringing Cheer To Those Who Need It Most


Young volunteer from Philadelphia presents gift to child at Beth Israel Hospital in Manhattan.

Young volunteer from Philadelphia presents gift to child at Beth Israel Hospital in Manhattan.
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Games and other fun items can be donated to Toys for Hospitalized Children by calling 718-735-0200 or by e-mailing Mrs. Hecht at Baila4toys@ncfje.org. For the best results, and in order for Toys for Hospitalized Children to best cater to the unique needs of every patient, monetary donations are preferred. With tax-deductible donations, toys and games can be purchased at cost rather than at retail, and money will stretch more smiles across more faces for a longer period of time.

For more information, visit www.NCFJE.org and click on the Toys for Hospitalized Children tab.

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