Festival of Stars Toy and Donation Drive | Radiothon 

Arkansas Children’s Hospital

Friday, December 9, 2022 | 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

You can brighten the holidays and beyond for kids at Arkansas Children’s

This Arkansas Children’s event helps families create a holiday experience they may not otherwise be able to provide for their hospitalized children. Thanks to your support, the Snowflake Shoppe—a special “store” held during the holidays at Arkansas Children’s Hospital and Arkansas Children’s Northwest—will be stocked so parents and caregivers can choose several gifts for their hospitalized child and his or her sibling(s) at no cost. In addition to the Snowflake Shoppe, toy donations are distributed year-round to patients at all Arkansas Children’s hospitals and clinics. You make this possible! 

Here’s how:

Drop Off Toys and Donations

Toy Drop-offFriday, December 9, 2022, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., drop off new and unused toys and donations curbside at Arkansas Children’s Hospital (6 Children’s Way, Little Rock). CDC guidelines will be followed. For a more convenient drop-off experience, please schedule your donation ahead of time here.

Listen to the Radiothon and Give

Friday, December 9, 2022, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., listen as families and patients tell their Arkansas Children’s stories on Alice 107.7B98.5 and local Cumulus stations. 

Shop Online or in Store

Shop our Amazon and Walmart registries and send your gifts straight to the hospitals today! Or download our Arkansas Children’s Wish List and shop at your favorite stores. If you have toy drive questions, please contact Volunteer Engagement at 501-364-1825 or by email at volunteer@archildrens.org.

Arkansas Children’s Wish List

Donate Online

Your donation of $25, $50 or more will help purchase items needed to make hospital stays feel more like home for patients and families during the holidays and beyond. Click the link below to donate online. 



Winter Holiday Events List

Winter Holiday Events List

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