CCRF Donates Toys for Sick Children
National Foundation Displays Generosity
Through its Bear-Able Gift Program, the Children's Cancer Recovery Foundation (CCRF) hopes to make the life of children with cancer more bearable and hopeful. Recently, the Bear-Able Gift Program delivered toys and gifts to the Hoops Family Children's Hospital at Cabell Huntington Hospital to brighten the lives of Tri-State children with cancer.
"Childhood should be a carefree time that lets kids be kids, but children with cancer are often robbed of that," said Greg Anderson, founder of Harrisburg, Pa.-based CCRF, in a news release. "The kindness and generosity of donors from across the country makes a difference in the lives of children with cancer, brightening their days and helping them to forget for a while that they're sick."
The Bear-Able Gift Program distributes items such as games, toys, crayons, coloring books, video games, puzzles, books and teddy bears― the kinds of things that make children smile― to hospitals and oncology centers across the country.
If you would like to help brighten the lives of sick children at Hoops Family Children's Hospital, please call 304-526-6314.