Legos for Leukemia CA (Orange) delivers donated Lego boxes to kids with leukemia and other life threatening diseases at the Children’s Hospital of Orange County.
Legos for Leukemia was founded in 2009 by Christian Flanders of Denver as a way to honor the memory of his father and as a way to give kids fighting cancer and other life threatening diseases a fun and creative way to deal chemotherapy and bone marrow transplants.
Locally, Janell Torres created a similar program for the kids at Children’s Hospital Orange County (CHOC). Torres’ son Alex was diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL). Locally, boxes can be dropped off at Estrella Veterinary Hospital in Capistrano Beach. Donations can also be made at CHOC. For more information, check out www.facebook.com/pages/Legos-for-Leukemia-CA-Orange/169615956515868.