Little Boy Organizes Big Toy Drive For Kids At Mattel Children's Hospital UCLAKadin Hoven's living room is now filled with about 250 toys -- he's also received hundreds of dollars in cash donations.
Young Heart Transplant Recipient Keeping Doctors In Awe Of His Progress A Year LaterA year ago, a three-week old baby underwent a life-saving surgery as second youngest child ever to get a new heart at Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA.
Count On Me Shops Help Kids In Hospitals Get Gifts For Loved OnesA makeshift store is set up right at Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA, thanks to the Jim Mora Count On Me family foundation.
Formerly Conjoined Twins Return To Hospital For Heartwarming Reunion With Medical StaffMore than a decade after doctors separated conjoined twins, the girls returned to the hospital for a visit.
Members Of UCLA Fraternity Help Make Hospital Stay Brighter For Girl Battling CancerMembers of SAE, a fraternity at UCLA, are helping to make the hospital stay for a 12-year-old girl battling cancer a little brighter.
Boy, 11, With Rare Disease Delivers 1K Toys To Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA An 11-year-old boy Monday delivered more than a thousand toys to Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA.
Charity Works To Bring Toys, Comfort Items To Hospitalized ChildrenThe Starlight Foundation has partnered with the Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA to create a more relaxing environment for their young patients.
Ailing Boy, 10, Delivers 600 Toys To Mattel Children's Hospital UCLAAn ailing 10-year-old boy delivered more than 600 toys, along with a $500 check, to Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA on Tuesday.
Moms With Hospitalized Kids Get Day Of Pampering To Celebrate Mother's Day Mother's Day came early for moms whose children are hospitalized at Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA.
Cancer Patient, 10, Leads Charge To Make Hospital Kid-FriendlySabrina Frey has the ability to see things through rose-colored glasses, and as a young cancer patient, that's been crucial in her healing.
Music Therapy Turns Young Patients Into MusiciansWith his tiny hands, 5-year-old Jaime is not a patient right now, but a musician. So is 6-year-old Jesus, both in Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA.