Help make all children’s lives merry and bright this holiday season.
Donate new toys, books, gift cards, coats, or other winter gear for children living in homeless shelters.
We welcome items for newborns to 18 year olds.
Drop off your donations at the Floating Hospital Community Outreach Center 25-05 Queens Plaza North, Long Island City 11101. We can also arrange for a pick up.
Call Cynthia at 718-784-2240, extension 273 for more info
Or you can order from our Candy Cane Lane Wish List on Amazon to be sent to us directly.
THE FINAL DAY FOR DONATIONS IS DECEMBER 6TH.
Amplicare • Ann Otto • Bloomingdale’s • Citi Bank • CVS • Dreamwear • Global Brand Group • Jet Blue • Joan C. Brancaccio – Global Banking & Markets Blue • Lapine Associates Inc. • Kathleen Fentress Tripp and Friends • LaGuardia College (The Language Center) • The LaPlaca Family • LIC Partnership • LIC Kids Gymnastics • Macy’s • Montrose, PA • Woodbine • Modern Spaces • Modern Spaces – VP • Project Sunshine • RAND Engineering • Ronald McDonald House • Sunnyside Blvd Bars • SuperCommunity LIC Group • TFH Staff and Families • United HealthCare • Health First • NYC Department of Buildings Hispanic Heritage Employee Resource Group (HHERG) • The Estee Lauder Companies, Inc • The Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church – Montrose, PA • Methodist Church, – Montrose, PA • First Presbyterian Church of Montrose, PA • Christ the King Lutheran Church • All the support from the ladies of Montrose, and Binghamton, NY, who all gave amazing gifts of new and handmade winter clothing • The ExecuSearch Group • The Pajama Program • The Prounis Family • UNFCU
The Floating Hospital remains unchanged in its commitment to provide care, regardless of ability to pay to New York City’s most vulnerable residents, homeless families living in family shelters and domestic violence safe houses. For them we are an island of stability in their often turbulent, and ever-changing, world. Your support makes a difference.
Provides a healthy lunch to a family of four.
Provides 1 tank of gas to a van transporting 120 people to their medical appointments.
Enables an unemployed mother living in a shelter to receive her physical exam and re-enter the world.