Teddy Bear Run
- Shipton's Big R
- 2600 Gable Road, Billings, 59102
Goldwing Road Riders Association are having their “Teddy Bear Run” to support the Shriner’s Children Hospital!
They need your help and the help of the community to put a smile on the face of a small child and make their day just a little brighter.
GWRRA is a non-profit group of motorcycle enthusiasts from Billings, Montana. The Goldwing Chapter supports charities that help children because “children are our future”. One of the charities they support is the Shriner’s Children Hospital in Spokane, Washington. Children from infancy to age 18 from Montana, Idaho and the surrounding area have benefited from work done at the Shriner’s Children Hospital.
Admission to the hospital is based on medical need, and ALL services are FREE to all patients. This is why they need your help….
There will be a BBQ held to raise donations on May 20, 2017 at the west end Shipton’s Big R on Gable Road from 10:00 am – 3:30 pm. Donations of NEW items such as toys, backpacks, games, puzzles, craft kits and of course CASH will be accepted during the BBQ.
Please help to make the annual Teddy Bear Run a success and PUT A SMILE ON A CHILD’S FACE! There is no better reward on this earth.
- New stuffed animals of all sizes
- Board games (for all ages)
- Puzzles (for all age levels)
- Decks of cards
- Hand-held electronic games
- Coloring books, crayons, wash off markers
- Young Adult novels
- Glitter Nail polish
- Lip Gloss
- Nail polish (light or metallic colors)
- Body lotions
- Bath gels
- Sport posters
- Sport bottles
- Sport pennants
- Cartoon character posters
- Earrings (NEW)
- Nerf toys
- Tote bags
- Baseball hats
- Travel games
- DVD's & videos with Spanish subtitles (Rated G, PG & PG13)
- Phone Cards (international and regular with 10-20 minute limits)
- Fanny packs
- Fingerless gloves
- Craft items
- bead sets
- macramé craft sets
- paint by number sets
- model kits
- sand art kits
- Stationary and stationary sets
- Music CD's and cassettes
- Match Box cars & trucks
These are just a few of the items needed. Use your imagination…
What could a child use while confined to a wheelchair, in a bed, or on crutches??