Hospital asks for fondle donations


FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. –

For a initial time, there is a necessity of toys for ill children during Chris Evert Children’s Hospital in Fort Lauderdale, according to sanatorium staff.

With a holidays right around a corner, it’s tough news to take.

“This year, a problem is there’s not adequate toys,” pronounced helper Abby Hart.

Blame a economy or concession fatigue, Hart pronounced people only haven’t given as most as they have in a past.

Twins Kayla and Karli, 9, spend each month during a sanatorium for diagnosis for sickle dungeon disease. The girls are used to being bending adult to machines, though pronounced toys and games assistance confuse them from a pain.

“During a holidays it’s key, almost. Because some of a kids, they’re so dissapoint they’re here for a holidays,” Hart said.

“It’s really critical that we have toys so that if people don’t wish to play with we and we don’t wish to play with them, we can play with your toys,” pronounced Kayla.

Hart, along with other staff members, hopes people will continue to be inexhaustible to a children who have to spend a holidays in a hospital.

“You would wish anything that they didn’t have to be here though they do,” she said.

Anyone meddlesome in donating toys can call Chris Evert Children’s Hospital during 954-355-4400, or can dump off equipment during a categorical table during 1600 S. Andrews Avenue in Fort Lauderdale.