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Michigan Surgery Specialists Hosts Toy Drive

MSS has teamed up with Oakland Regional Hospital to collect toys for Big Family of Michigan.

Big Family of Michigan is an organization in Southeast Michigan helping to make life better for children waiting to be adopted or in at-risk situations. One of its programs ensures that in-need children are given toys for the holidays.  More than 6,000 toys will be given out this holiday season and, once again, Michigan Surgery Specialists (MSS) and Oakland Regional Hospital (ORH) have volunteered to help Big Family reach its goal.  

MSS office locations and ORH are hosting a toy drive that is open to the public and their employees. Individuals are asked to drop off new, unwrapped toys for children from infants to 18 years of age. The toy drive runs from Nov. 16 to Dec. 5.

Toys will be distributed to children in the foster care system and in local neighborhoods. Target or Walmart gift cards are welcome, as well as teenage electronics. Toy guns are not appropriate, and stuffed animals are not needed at this time.

The medical group will also host an internal employee contest to raise funds to purchase toys, purchase holiday poinsettias with proceeds benefiting Big Family, host a toy wrapping party and employee volunteers will support Big Family initiatives over the holidays.

Collection Sites:

Michigan Surgery Specialists Offices

  • Novi – 44000 West Twelve Mile Rd., Suite 205, 248-374-0077
  • Warren – 11012 Thirteen Mile Rd., Suite 200, 586-573-6880
  • Dearborn – 22731 Newman St., Suite 100-B, 313-561-4910
  • Auburn Hills – 3100 Cross Creek Pkwy, Suite 150, 248-475-0565
  • Harper Woods – 19701 Vernier Rd., Suite 210, 313-640-7999

Oakland Regional Hospital

Southfield—22401 Foster Winter Dr., 248-423-5100

Oakland Regional Macomb Center & Imaging Center

Warren – 11012 Thirteen Mile Rd., Suite 111 & 112, 586-751-9800

 

Visit Big www.FamilyofMichigan.org  for more information on their programs.

—The above information was provided in a press release.

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