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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Hospital Employees Rally Together To Fill Brooke’s Toy Closet

SALISBURY – Peninsula Regional Medical Center employees came to work Monday with toys in hand in an effort to fill Brooke’s Toy Closet for its third year.

The “Bring a Toy to Work Day” honored Brooke Mulford, an 11-year-old Delmarva native who has battled neuroblastoma since 2009.

Mulford began the closet in 2014 with the help of her classmates at Salisbury Christian School. The donations have since gone to children in the hospital’s emergency room and pediatrics unit.

Mulford, who now resides in New Jersey for more accessible treatment at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, was in attendance with her mother Amy for the day’s collection.



Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting this info. Brooke has been in my daily prayers for years. Although I don't know her or the family I miss seeing info here on this site where it use to be regular updates. Prayers continue for a miracle for Brooke.

Anonymous said...

We love you Brooke!

Anonymous said...

Awesome!! This young lady is absolutely amazing. She has more heart and fight than majority so called adults in this area. We could all learn a thing or two from children like this!!