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Santa’s Toy Box

The formation of Santa’s Toy Box relies completely on items graciously donated from the community. The toys and gift items are thoughtfully arranged into a magical “shopping area” complete with holiday decorations, music and refreshments. Parents are invited to “shop” for all of their children…for free.

The Jayden DeLuca Foundation and Child Life Department of St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital is very pleased and excited to be preparing for our Annual Santa’s Toy Box and are warmly anticipating sharing the magic, the gift and the true spirit of the holidays with our patients and families again

We gladly accept donations of new toys, gift cards for teens and infant items. Please leave items unwrapped. Items will be picked up Thursday, December 15th.

Drop Off Locations:
Amherst Madison Legacy Real Estate- 4615 W Emerald, Boise
MaxGiving-7253 W Franklin, Boise
Telaya Wine- 240 E 32nd st, Garden City (receive $2 off a glass of wine)
Team Mazda Subaru-6218 Cleveland Blvd, Caldwell
JDF Office- 12400 W Overland, Meridian
The Diamond Girls-213 S 11th St. Boise
Bodybuilding.com Headquarters 5777 N. Meeker Ave, Boise
All Human Bean Treasure Valley Locations will offer you $1 off your drink when you donate a toy!

“I wanted to thank you again for your gift. The money has already gone to good use. There was a patient from Idaho with PH that needed oxygen on the airplane and we could not get it funded, so we used Jayden’s fund to pay for it so the family could go home sooner. We have recently sent in 4 different pulmonary hypertension papers to medical journals on different aspects of PH in children.”

- Dr Dunbar Ivy,  The Children's Hospital - Denver, Colorado

“Fifty years ago we would have known her heart was the problem but have not been able to repair it. Fifteen years ago the heart/lung bypass machine was not advanced enough and would have destroyed her kidneys during her surgery. It is only today, with all our medical advancements, that my baby could be ok. The words thankful do not even begin to describe how we feel.”

- Gracen’s Mom