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Children Suffering From Cancer Receive Toy Donations

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LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - In a little more than two weeks, Christmas will be here. Local charities and groups are putting their best foot forward, trying to make sure it's a special time of year for everyone.

Santa's helpers from The Bottomless Toy Chest are hoping to put smiles on the faces of the brave little children at Sparrow Hospital, who are fighting cancer.

Tons of Toys were delivered to the hospital early Tuesday morning.

The founder of The Bottomless Toy Chest says something as simple as new toys will make what these children are facing just a little bit easier.

"There's truly nothing like seeing the smile on a child who is going through something very difficult, the toys, you know are toys to us, but to a child they're something very magical and special and it can really help kids through critical illness," said Mickey Guisewite, Founder, The Bottomless Toy Chest.

 

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