Deliver the Gift of Joy this Holiday Season

Written by: Duet

The gift drive for children being raised by grandparents starts now. We are working with the community to get fun, educational, and essential items to grandfamilies this holiday season.

This year, we have four ways you can get involved and spread happiness:

Shop our Amazon Wish List
Give without worrying about dropping anything off through our Amazon wish list. You purchase the items you would like to give and Amazon ships them directly to Duet.

Toy Drive
Help collect toys for ages infants to teens; ideas include board games, puzzles, action figures, dolls,
sensory toys, arts and craft sets, sports balls, remote control cars, science kits.

Gift Card Drive
Gift cards can help grandfamilies with food and essential items they may not be able to get otherwise. We recommend retail or grocer gift cards in $10-$25 increments.

Bath and Hygiene Item Gift Drive
For grandparents, both male and female; ideas include body wash, body lotion, shampoo and
conditioner, toothpaste, toothbrushes, bath towels, and plastic food storage sets.

In order to make sure your gift reaches a very special grandfamily in time for the holidays, please ship or deliver them to the Duet office by December 4. We are open Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 10000 North 31st Avenue, Suite D200, Phoenix, AZ 85051. Please note, our office is closed November 25 – 26 for the Thanksgiving holiday.



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