A therapy Lab who inspired an organization’s mission to alleviate the financial and emotional stress on sick children.
It started with a simple visit to a children’s hospital. A few smiles. Some giggles. A little less anxiety.
Then another visit. Then another.
Pretty soon Trigger was dragging his Daddy to any bedside where comfort was urgent.
It wasn’t too long before Santa came attached to his leash. And we all know he’s a guest who doesn’t show up empty-handed:
- Toys for kids with cancer.
- Toys that made a hospital the North Pole for awhile.
- And “toys” that stayed behind to aid in their healing: beds, equipment, even renovations to an entire therapy room!
Now Trigger’s Toys is a year-round crusade.
With a little help from you, the hospital can feel a little more like home.
And with a little help from Trigger, we’ll try to make one year’s support feel like seven.
We are excited to share with you that Youth With Faces is hosting a Happy Hour as part of the challenge grant awarded them by
First, we have some sad news … our namesake, Trigger, passed over the rainbow yesterday. We will be sharing some special memories of his life
As the Dallas Morning News reported here, Trigger’s Toys recently collaborated with the D.C.-based Power of 10 Initiative in their mission to save local, independent
We are proud to collaborate with Mot Hai Ba and Power of 10 to provide meals through our nonprofit partners! And a huge thank you to Capital One for
We are proud to announce that we are collaborating with with The Power of 10 and one of our amazing restaurant partners (Mot Hai Ba)
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