Garden City, NY - December 5, 2016 - Goldfish Swim School, a leading provider of water safety and swim instruction for children, is holding a toy drive on behalf of the Winthrop University Hospital’s Winthrop Cancer Center for Kids, which offers a wide range of early detection, diagnostic, intervention and treatment services on an inpatient and outpatient basis.
Goldfish Swim School will be collecting unwrapped toys for boys and girls through December 18th . The toys will be presented to the children at the Winthrop Cancer Center for Kids on Monday, December 19th. Goldfish Swim School has also designated Winthrop Cancer Center for Kids as the beneficiary of its Adopt a Lamppost in Garden City as part of the Garden City Chamber of Commerce community holiday program.
All toys can be dropped off at Goldfish Swim School, located at 650 Stewart Avenue, Garden City, NY 11530 during the school’s hours of: Monday, 9 AM-6 PM, Tuesday-Friday, 9 AM-8 PM, Saturday, 9 AM-3PM and Sunday, 9 AM-3PM. For more information, call: 516.267.5120.
More About Winthrop Cancer Center for Kids
Winthrop-University Hospital and its affiliated practitioners have collaborated to create the Cancer Center for Kids. With state-of- the-art equipment and a highly specialized multidisciplinary team of physicians, the Cancer Center for Kids offers a wide range of early detection, diagnostic, intervention and treatment services, both inpatient and outpatient, that are on par with the nation’s best cancer treatment programs. As part of its unique delivery of pediatric cancer care, all patient contact – inpatient or outpatient, telephone or electronic – is conducted with one of the Center’s experienced, attending physicians. A true patient-physician partnership is developed as we provide as much treatment as possible in our beautifully appointed, child-friendly outpatient Center, making life easier and more manageable for patients and their families. In the outpatient Center, children can receive transfusions, infusions, chemotherapy treatments, or even procedures under anesthesia in a safe and comforting environment and then go home to sleep in their own beds at night.