Holidays From the Heart

Thank you for your interest in participating with the Holidays From the Heart Holiday Totes. Please use this form to submit your request for a family. Please note, that submission of this request does not guarantee a family assignment.  

We will do our best to honor requests in order received. On behalf of the families we serve, thank you for your patience and participation in this special program.

Confidentiality Statement

During your participation in Holidays From the Heart, you may be incidentally exposed to patient “Protected Health Information” (including, but not limited to, patient names, dates of birth, and medical conditions or diagnoses) or other information that Children’s Hospital Los Angeles considers confidential.  In order to protect the confidentiality of patient care and hospital matters, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles considers all information regarding its patients, their families, hospital employees, hospital business, and volunteers to be confidential.  As an added safeguard to protect our most vulnerable patients, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles requires all Holidays From the Heart participants to acknowledge and agree to abide by this Confidentiality Statement.

Please note that all items donated to families must be new and unused. Used donations cannot be accepted.
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