Smyths Toys make desires happen for youngsters in healthcare facilities this Xmas

Driven by their commitment to ensure that every sick child gets the best chance, Smyths Toys Superstores will generously contribute EUR60,000 to Kid’s Health Structure once more this year

Smyths Toys is also pleased to be the special store for the Children’s Wellness Structure’s Official Xmas Wish-List, a brand-new effort for 2021. Produced in cooperation with CHI play experts, the Official Christmas Wish-List aims to bring pleasure, joy as well as the magic of Christmas to ill kids and their households in CHI healthcare facilities. This December, Smyths Toys clients will have the ability to give away products from the listing, or gift cards at designated drop-off websites in Smyths Toys Jervis Road, Swords and Blanchardstown.

Along with the extremely generous contribution of EUR60,000, Smyths Toys Superstores will certainly likewise contribute video gaming consoles, chairs as well as other pc gaming devices during October to support the work of play departments throughout CHI’s healthcare facilities and urgent treatment centres.

Sinead Byrne, Joint Head of Advertising at Smyths Toys, added: “Smyths Toys are pleased to companion once again with Kid’s Wellness Ireland to support seriously ill children from throughout Ireland, and also we remain to be astonished at the job the charity carries out every day.”

Denise Fitzgerald, President of Kid’s Health and wellness Structure said:
“We are delighted to once more companion with Smyths Toys Superstores this Christmas. Smyths have actually always been amazing fans of Children’s Health Foundation, increasing over EUR365,000 since 2018 on behalf of CHI at Crumlin and Holy place Street as well as helping spread magic to clients and also households alike. This impressive support will allow us to remain to pursue our vision to offer every unwell youngster the best possibility. Thanks a lot to all our pals in Smyths Toys Superstores for helping to bring the glimmer and also magic of Christmas to unwell kids this festive season.”

Pictured, left to right: Denis Maher (Kid’s Health Structure Corporate Exec) & & Lisa Casey (Smyths Toys Public Relations & & Occasions Exec).

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