MELBOURNE, FLA.—The Scott Center at Florida Institute of Technology is in need of replacing the old toys and electronics used in services to children with autism spectrum disorders. The center is looking for new or gently used:
● Electronic items such as PS3 and games, Wii games/controls, headphones, portable DVD players and DVDs
● Toys and games for preschool-aged children, such as shape sorters, ring stackers, books for ages 2-5, baby dolls, Hungry Hippos, Don’t Break the Ice, Pop up Pirates and Crocodile Dentist
● Toys and games for elementary-school-aged children, such as Lincoln Logs, Kinex, CandyLand, Memory, Kurpluck, soccer balls, basketballs, Disney movies and ball air pumps
Additional needs include bean bag toy throws, floor pillows, small tables and chairs.
Items may be dropped off at The Scott Center on the Florida Tech campus. Contributors may also come in to pull a tag from the center’s Christmas tree and return the requested item unwrapped.
For more information, call The Scott Center at (321) 674-8106, ext. 1.