Thank you for considering to purchase a wish list item.  If you have any questions or looking for more information on current wish list items, please contact Laurie Alighire at 616.391.9125 or at laurie.alighire@spectrumhealth.org.

Adult Coloring Books and Markers/Colored Pencils

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Adult coloring has become a major fad and rehabilitation tool in the past several years. Help patients like Brenda at Spectrum Health Rehab and Nursing Center continue to make beautiful things.

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Books for All Ages

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Give the gift of board books, light and sound books, novels, and many more to provide this way of entertainment to patients in various locations of our hospital.

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Hospice Care Baskets

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Give a gift of comfort and care to one of our hospice patients.

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DVD's

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The library at our Spectrum Health Rehab and Nursing Center is hoping to fill their video shelves for patients.

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Expressive Arts Supplies

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A gift of oil pastels or Melissa and Doug craft kits will help our patients have a way to express their feelings while going through treatment at one of our hospital locations.

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Flavored Chapstick

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Putting Chapstick on the facemasks is one way to help cover up the smell from anesthetics.

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Gas Card

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Sometimes “going the extra mile” isn’t possible. You can provide an extra mile to families in need by giving the gift of gas cards.

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Gift Cards

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Provide respite or a getaway for patients by purchasing gift cards such as Starbucks, Subway or iTunes.

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Glitter

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Casts are never fun to have, but you can brighten up a child’s cast by giving the gift of glitter to be-dazzle their cast!

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Group Icebreaker Materials

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Giving a gift to help purchase Icebreaker materials will help groups get to know more about each other at the first meeting, and help form the supportive bond between patients and providers.

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Hats or Turbans for Patients

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Your gift will give a patient a new hat or turban to use during their treatment to help ease the discomfort of this stage of chemotherapy.

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iPad with Case

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The iPad Air is a wonderful distraction for both adults and children, it also helps reduce anxiety when receiving painful procedures.

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Lymphedema Bandages

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Your gift of compression sleeves will contain the swelling for patients battling cancer.

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Nerf Guns/Targets

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Nerf Guns and targets give teens a moment to have fun with the child life team during those longer stays at the hospital.

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NICU Graduations

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When our tiniest patients finally get to go home, help them celebrate!

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Poke Prizes

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Getting poked by a needle is never fun, but at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital we like to reward brave children.

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P.O.R.T. Care Bag

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Your gift will provide a tote to be given to families when their child is battling cancer or a life-threatening blood disorder.

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Prayer Quilts

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Prayer quilts are given to provide comfort to patients and family members at the end of life.

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Puzzles and Games

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Puzzles and games are a great way to pass time, especially during long stays within the hospital.

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Renucci Hospitality House

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Your gift will provide a night of comfort to a family member of a patient.

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Snacks

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For those long days or long appointments, you can help provide snacks or a quick meal for patients and families.

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Stickers

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Stickers are used as a reward for bravery or overcoming fear.

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Gifts for Teenagers

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Give a gift to some of our Teenage patients.

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Weighted Twiddle Muffs

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The twiddle muff was developed for patients suffering from dementia and Alzheimer’s.

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