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12 Days of Christmas at the Gift Shop

Thursday, December 07 - Friday, December 22, 2023 | 12:00 am - 12:00 am

The Gift Shop at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford725 Welch Rd, Main building, 1st Floor, Palo Alto, CA 94304

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Shop in-person at the Gift Shop during the 12 Days of Christmas sale and get deals on your holiday shopping! The Gift Shop is run by Roth Auxiliary, and all proceeds are donated to the hospital to support care for all and special projects. 

December 7: Toys and Games 25% Off
December 8: Baby Items 25% Off
December 11: Christmas Ornaments 25% Off
December 12: Stocking Stuffers 25% Off
December 13: Logo Wear 25% Off
December 14: All Plush 25% Off
December 15: Gifts for Adults 25% Off
December 18: Electronics & Games 25% Off
December 19: All Books 25% Off
December 20: All Jewelry 25% Off
December 21: Stocking Stuffers 25% Off
December 22: All Christmas Items 50%

Discount only applies to only applies to in-hospital purchases. Not valid for online purchases. 

About the Roth Auxiliary

The Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Gift Shop is run entirely by volunteers from the Roth Auxiliary with the help of community members. Formed in 1989, with the purpose of running the Gift Shop, our mission is to provide a service for patients, their families, friends and staff of Packard Children’s while raising funds for the hospital. All proceeds from the Gift Shop are donated to the hospital to support care for all and special projects. Our sincere thanks to Packard Children’s Hospital patients, families and staff for shopping with us.

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