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Sadie’s Sleigh Toy Drive
November 21 @ 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
Santa Needs Elf Helpers!
JOIN SALTER’S FIREPLACE to help support Sadie’s Sleigh. You can be a be Santa by providing a toy for hospitalized children at CHOP over the holidays. Bring your unwrapped toy to one of our two showrooms in Eagleville or Hatfield before December 12th. Click here for directions…
Don’t have time to shop and drop off your gift at Salter’s Fireplace?
You can also shop online for Sadie’s Sleigh. Purchase a toy(s) from their Amazon Wishlist.
What is Sadie’s Sleigh?
In 2015, while going through her own cancer treatment, Sadie asked her oncologist if Santa came to the hospital on Christmas. She was worried Santa wouldn’t be able to find all of them, making the children fighting cancer in the hospital, left with not very many presents. So, she decided to do a toy drive to help! In 2015, she set her goal at 300 toys and collected over 1300! In 2016, her goal grew as she decided to donate to both Children’s Medical Center in Dallas (where she receives treatment), and also Cook Children’s in Fort Worth. Her goal for 2016 was to collect 3000 toys and she ended up collecting over 4600 toys!!! In 2017, Sadie collected over 10,000 toys for 4 Children’s hospital oncology floors in DFW- Children’s Medical Center In Dallas, Children’s Medical Center in Plano, Cook Children’s in Fort Worth and Medical City Children’s Hospital. In 2018, Sadie’s Sleigh grew again to Tampa, Florida, and over 15,000 toys was collected.
Sadie’s Sleigh is a program of the Sadie Keller Foundation and we continue to reach thousands of childhood cancer fighters and provide joy and relief for families during one of the most hardest times.
Your donation will help make so many children fighting cancer have a better Christmas morning!
Our goal this year is to collect over 20,000 toys across the United States and to put smiles on the faces of Childhood Cancer fighters everywhere!
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Sadie Keller Foundation is a 501C(3) nonprofit organization