Donation Wish List

Children’s Hospital of Nevada at UMC takes care of the most ill and injured patients in southern Nevada, and your generosity is greatly appreciate to help our patients feel more comfortable while they are with us in the hospital. If you’d like to help, please consider donating an item off of this list.

Toys, games, and craft supplies must be newly purchased. Stuffed animals and clothing items must be newly purchased and have the manufacturer’s tag in place. We do not accept the following items:  toys that promote violence, projectile toys, latex balloons, food items, or live plants.

Contact Erica Nansen (702) 224-7174 or email Erica.Nansen@umcsn.com to donate
Download and Print the Wish List for Donations

Technology

  • New release DVD’s (rated G, PG, or PG-13)
  • Nintendo DS systems or DS games (games should be rated E-evrybody)
  • Games for Nintendo Wii or Gamecube (games should be rated E-everybody)
  • iTunes gift cards
  • Music CD’s appropriate for children

Infants/Toddlers

  • Musical mobiles
    (preferably with no fabric pieces)
  • Crib toys or mirrors
  • Small rattles, teethers, and shakers
  • Nesting and stacking toys
  • Light up/musical toys
  • Cause and effect toys
  • Board books
  • Swings and infant seats
  • Pacifiers
  • Sippy cups
  • Socks with grippers

Toys

  • Baby dolls
  • Play sets and structures (i.e. farm with farm animals, small dollhouses with dolls)
  • Medical play sets
  • Board games regular size or travel size
  • Legos and other toys for building
  • Hot Wheels
  • Toy animals, insects, or dinosaurs
  • Non-violent action figures
  • Play Doh
  • Puzzles
  • Stuffed animals

Teen

  • Decks of cards (standard playing cards or games like UNO or Phase 10)
  • Attractive notebooks or journals
  • Personal care items such as mirrors, bath/lotion sets, nail polish
  • Art kits or Craft kits with increasing difficulty
  • Popular young adult novels
  • Word Finds

Arts and Craft Supplies

  • Coloring books and crayons
  • Markers
  • Colored pencils
  • Scissors
  • Glue, glue sticks, and glue dots
  • Stickers and foam stickers
  • Items ready to paint (wood shapes, stain glass, ceramics, containers)
  • Small canvases for painting
  • Individual paint sets/paintbrushes
  • Craft kits (store bought or handmade, must contain all necessary items to complete the craft)

Handmade Items

  • Pillowcases
  • Blankets (don’t forget about larger sizes for older children and teens!)

Other

  • Plastic Radio Flyer Wagons
  • New pajamas
  • Small give away items for treasure chests
  • Stress balls and other sensory toys

For the Pediatric Orthopedic clinic
(Ages birth-17 years old):

Small toys for the treasure box such as :
Beanie Babies
Matchbox cars
small notepads
pencils
crayons

For the Pediatric Emergency Room
(Ages birth-17 years old):

Sweat suits with drawstring pants
zip up hoodies

Ambulatory Services (ASU) can use toys that will keep kids busy while they wait 2 hours for their surgeries. (Ages 6 months - 17 years)

Coloring Books
Crayons
Action Figures
Barbie type dolls
Hot Wheels
Playing Cards
Etch A sketch
Blocks
Activity type of toys