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11. 16. 2012

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We are hosting a toy drive!

Michigan Head & Neck Institute is Hosting a Toy Drive!

We will be hosting a toy drive at our facility, the Michigan Head & Neck Institute. The first day of collections will be the day after Thanksgiving (Friday, November 23rd). Whether you’re one of Dr. Klein’s patients and have an appointment that day, or you are out doing your Black Friday shopping, stop in and drop your donations off at our office. Donations will be accepted Monday through Friday during business hours through Wednesday, December 19th. All toys collected will be taken to Henry Ford Hospital of Macomb and distributed to children who will be patients in the hospital throughout the holidays. We will accept all new, unopened toys for children 0-18 years old. However, there is the highest need for infant toys such as rattles or teething rings and activity books of all sorts (Crosswords, Sudoku, etc.) for the older children. Michigan Head & Neck Institute will accept even the smallest donation with great appreciation. If you have any questions, please call or email. Click the “Contact Us” tab for our contact information and a map of our location.  We look forward to your donations, and we wish you all happy holidays!

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