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Rolex watches are some of the most challenging accessory items to acquire. As customer demand outstrips supply, the company limits who can buy a Rolex and which Rolex they may purchase. Rolex is unlike any other watch or jewelry brand; you cannot just walk into a Rolex store and pick up a watch. They thrive off their exclusivity and make the customer build a longstanding relationship with the company in order to obtain a model.

That is why we at Toys for Hospitalized Children are giving you the opportunity to win a Rolex watch in exchange for a small donation to support our mission. The lucky winner will receive a marvelous gift: a smoking hot Rolex Sky-Dweller with a Blue Dial, model ref. #326934, in its original packaging with papers. Tickets cost just $25; all proceeds will help us spread joy to children in hospitals across the U.S.

Follow us on Instagram @ToysforHospitalizedChildren for our live drawing on March 19, 2023.

Click here for our sweepstake Raffle.

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Toys for Hospitalized Children is proud to announce a new partnership with Eprine

Community Services, a premier, licensed healthcare agency that assists individuals with developmental needs. Its staff members work one-on-one with children and adults across the tri-state area who request mental and behavioral health services. Eprine is a pillar of the healthcare field throughout its various locations, with its main office located in Brownsville,


During the holiday season, Eprine held a toy drive and donated dozens of toys, gifts, and iPads to sick children in partnership with Toys for Hospitalized Children. These combined efforts helped bring joy to adolescents in need. With donations coming from the organization’s staff, as well as friends, neighbors, and family, Eprine was a significant supporter of Toys for Hospitalized Children during the 2022 holiday season: bringing happiness and healing to sick children spending Hanukkah and Christmas in the hospital. Eprine’s Public Relations Specialist, Mr. Jeremy Elmkies, personally hand delivered all of Eprine’s goods to begin a dialogue between the two non-profits.

“We’re delighted to be working with Jeremy and the team at Eprine. Both our organizations are dedicated to helping those in need, especially people with health challenges, so this partnership is a natural fit,” said JJ Hecht, President of Toys for Hospitalized Children.

This week, Mr. Elmkies will represent Eprine and join our team of volunteers at Mount Sinai Beth Israel hospital, located in lower Manhattan. Together we will distribute toys to the young patients, caring for their well-being above all else. Happy Kids Heal Faster!

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Updated: Aug 30, 2022


Toys for Hospitalized Children (TOYS) Sponsors a hands-on bubble show for the special girls of the Sunshine Bunk in Camp Emunah - a special-needs bunk integrated within a mainstream camp.

"Seeing my camper, Rosie, giggling, clapping her hands, and laughing while catching the bubbles dancing in the wind, was beautiful," said Sarah, a counselor.

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Mrs. Goldstein, a volunteer from Ann Arbor Michigan, visited the Motts Children's Hospital and told us the following:


"…a nurse from another floor asked me for a Hello Kitty activity book for one of her patients. Towards the end of our stay, the nurse called our floor and said "the little girl was so happy with her gift that she immediately grabbed the marker and started coloring. Everyone was floored! This girl had injured her right arm and, until then, had not been responding to physical therapy!"

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