The five-year old boy tried to listen as his parents talking with his doctor in the hallway of a Tampa Bay pediatric hospital. His condition would require difficult procedures over a long period of time, he overheard. The child’s head dropped, and he was near tears. Bob Helms, president of the nonprofit Toymakers of East Lake, just happened to be in the same hallway with several student volunteers, delivering ToyMakers’ quarterly allotment of colorful, handmade toys for hospital patients. Read the full article here.