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Gift Shop’s 12 Days of Christmas: Disney Items

Wednesday, December 10 - Wednesday, December 10, 2014 | 12:00 am - 11:45 pm

Hospital Gift Shop725 Welch RoadPalo Alto, CA 94304

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The Gift Shop at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford is run by the Roth Auxiliary, and 100 percent of the profits from the shop are donated directly back to the hospital to support uncompensated care.

Starting on December 8, the Gift Shop is presenting its 12 Days of Christmas Event.  Each weekday, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., the Shop will feature a different item at 20 to 25 percent off.  

If you don’t work or volunteer at the hospital, you can park free of charge for 45 minutes at the entrance to the Hospital.

Make the Gift Shop a destination for your Christmas shopping. Your purchases will help support the hospital while you cross off your shopping list!
 
Monday Dec. 8 — Lego Toys
Tuesday Dec. 9 — Santa Letter & Stocking Stuffers
Wednesday Dec. 10 — Disney Items
Thursday Dec. 11 — Gifts for Adults
Friday Dec. 12 — Large Toys
Monday Dec. 15 — Baby Toys & Clothes
Tuesday Dec. 16 — Logo Items
Wednesday Dec. 17 — Jewelry
Thursday Dec. 18 — Musical Plush
Friday Dec. 19 — Book Sale
Monday Dec. 22 — Christmas Items
Tuesday Dec. 23 — All Christmas items

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