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Florida Non-Profit to Donate Over 100 Toys & Games to UMass Memorial Children’s Medical Center

Friday, July 07, 2017

 

Smith Smiles PHOTO: Facebook

The Florida non-profit Smith Smiles will donate over 100 toys and games to UMass Memorial Children’s Medical Center for patients.

The toys and games will be donated on Tuesday, July 11 at 11:30 a.m.

Smith Smiles has never donated outside of their state before, but found a connection with Tricia and Cesar Campero and their sons, Christian and Alex, of Northboro. 

Christian, who was an oncology patient at the Children’s Medical Center for three years, wanted to give back. 

Toys will be delivered by Alex and his mom Tricia.

Smith Smiles

Smith Smiles was created by three children bringing toys and smiles to hospitals to help other children who are healing. The Florida 501(c)3 organization brings hospitals what the extras they need to make the stay for children as comfortable as possible.

 

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