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As we move into the season of giving, we would love for you to consider our mission in your holiday plans. Our annual holiday toy collection is a fantastic way to put smiles on the faces of children and families spending this season in the hospital.

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The Beat Goes On Foundation is working towards collecting items for patients at the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU) at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. Below is a list of items that would best support these patients and make their stay more comfortable. We have also created an Amazon Wish List to make shopping easier! 

  • Munchkin Lulla-Vibe Vibrating Mattress Pad

  • Highchairs

  • Booster seats and/or Bumbos (with feeding tray)

  • Baby Swings

  • Playmats and/or Jumpers

  • Socks (NB - Adolescence)

  • Boppy pillows

  • DVDs and CDs (early childhood development, Disney music, soothing sounds, etc)

  • Mobiles / soothers / sound machine

  • Walkers and/or push car

  • Rock n' Play bassinets (bouncers and rockers)

  • Fun Bed sheets (crib size)

  • Pajamas - separates or footie pj’s appreciated! (no zippers though, they get caught in the cords!)

  • Hair bows, ties, ribbons

 


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