A thank you card

As you may remember, on December 1st we were lucky enough to team up with Pops! For Patients and Plastic Empire to donate 100s of toys to kids in a local Atlanta hospital.

Well today, Plastic Empire received this thank you card from the hospital. It does our hearts good to see our donations making these kids happy.

The kids at Kennestone Hospital

You may recall a few weeks ago Project Hope donated 108 toys to Plastic Empire in Marietta, GA. Well after all was said and done, 225 toys were donated to the kids at the Wellstar Kennestone Hospital in Marietta.

The Kennestone Hospital was also nice enough to take some pictures of the kids with their new toys so we can share their joy with you. It can be tricky for hospitals to do something like this so we are very appreciative to them for doing it.

108 Toys

For a few months now, PH has had a stash of 108 Funko™ toys traveling around the country with us, destined to be donated to sick children somewhere, but figuring out just where to donate them was tricky. That is, until Randy put us in touch with Dustin from Plastic Empire in Marietta, GA.

This past Saturday, The Tardis traveled from Panama City, FL to Marietta, GA to deliver all 108 toys to Plastic Empire. Although Dustin was away at a convention, Robert was more than helpful and we were able to get the toys delivered.

Thank you to Dustin and Robert for all your help.

-The Doctor

Holiday Toy Donations

If you know us at all you know Project Hope does the majority of it’s toy donating in the name of Pops! For Patients. In the past we have been able to donate hundreds of toys to sick kids in hospitals thanks to the Pops! For Patients movement.

This year, Project Hope is going to be delivering 106 toys to Plastic Empire in Marietta, GA  to help them with their Holiday Toy Drive with Pops! For Patients.

If you are in the Atlanta, GA area and would like to help bring some joy to sick kids this holiday season, you can stop by both Plastic Empire in Marietta, GA  or Steel Collectibles in Kennesaw, GA to drop off some toys.

Our Friends

Project Hope would not be where it is today without help and support from our friends in the charity community.

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1UpOnCancer is a gaming community-based non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to direct financial assistance for adults in the United States undergoing cancer treatment.

1Up was the first charity Project Hope ever worked with. We have spent countless hours volunteering with 1Up. They opened the door and showed us the way and for that we will be forever grateful.

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POPS! For Patients is a cause that collects and donates Funko POP! toys to children’s hospitals around the United States.

When Project Hope First heard about P4P we immediately contacted them and got involved. Thanks to them PH has been able to donate 100’s of toys to the kids at hospitals all over the country.