1-833-MTB-GIFT

WE DELIVER SMILES

Mason’s Toy Box Foundation is dedicated to improving the lives of families impacted by childhood illness and injury. Children living with childhood cancer and other life-threatening illnesses or injuries suffer long-term impacts, and families affected suffer emotional and financial hardship. Mason’s Toy Box Foundation lends support to these families through gifting and advocacy.

DONATE

Donate to our online toy drive! With your donation, toys will be purchased and shipped directly from merchants to pediatric patients and their families.

VOLUNTEER

Our most valuable asset is our volunteers. Make a difference by donating your time or talents and sign up to volunteer today!

HOST A CASH BOX

Host a cash collection box at your business this season. Gifts for children will be purchased and shipped directly to children and families .

GET ASSISTANCE

Mason’s Toy Box Foundation lends support to these families through gifting and advocacy. If you would like to request assistance please contact us!

your contribution to Mason's Toy Box will help us fulfill gift wishes for local children!

UPCOMING EVENTS & PROGRAMS

Did you know?

About 10,500 children
in the United States
under the age of 15 will be diagnosed with cancer in 2021

About Mason’s Toy Box

Mason’s Toy Box Foundation is a nonprofit which lends support to families impacted by childhood illness and injury, through gifting and advocacy. Our signature event is a holiday toy drive to collect gifts for hospitalized and homebound children in the fight. Santa and his elves personally deliver the gifts to pediatric floors throughout Central Virginia. Due to new hospital Covid 19 regulations, toy boxes have been swapped out for cash boxes. The funding helps purchase wish list items from merchants and shipped directly to children battling in hospitals and their homes.

Our signature toy drive was established to honor the memory of neuroblastoma warrior Mason Clark Thomas. Mason was a Charlottesville native diagnosed with stage IV cancer at age five. After a long and difficult journey, he lost his battle to cancer June 20, 2011, at the tender age of eleven. Mason spent many holidays in the hospital and was always eager to gift his toys and video games to other kids who he thought could use some cheering up and, perhaps, just needed them more than him. We are many years and several hospitals strong! Want to deliver smiles to pediatric patients and their families with us?

Stay Connected