Stuffed Animal Drive

Sometimes care comes in the shape of a bear... or cat, or dog. Any stuffed animal will do! Brighten the life of a child in need by donating a stuffed animal to the Davis House today!

Why Support Matters

“In the midst of uncertainty and vulnerability, a teddy bear serves as a comforting companion, and represents stability, security, and a sense of normalcy while in crisis.”

1 in



will be abused before
their 18th birthday


of children

know their abuser


of child abuse cases

are actually reported, which means 88% of children being abused still need our help



number of new child clients we served last year

Our Mission

To provide investigative, advocacy, family support, and therapeutic services to children who have experienced significant physical abuse or other traumatic events, as well as
trauma-informed community education, designed to guide our towns and
civic spaces to be safer and more resilient for children.

About the
Stuffed Animal Drive

A drive to provide much needed stuffed animals, awareness or raise money for the Davis House Child Advocacy Center. A stuffed animal is a simple and easy donation for us all. For the children, it’s more than just a stuffed toy, the teddy bear becomes a symbol of resilience and hope, reminding the child that they are not alone and that they are deserving of love and care, even in their darkest moments.

Stuffed Animal Donation Requirements:

  • Stuffed Animals MUST BE NEW
  • Stuffed Animals Must Not Have Any Suggestive Messaging (”xoxo”, etc.)
  • Stuffed Animals Can Be Any Size or Animal Type
  • One or More Stuffed Animals Can be Donated

Where To Send Stuffed Animals?
Mail, Drop-ship Via Amazon, or Drop Off Here:

Accepting donations in the drop box seven days a week!
The drop box is located at the corner of the building. Thank you!

Contact us via this form for additional information

Don’t have a stuffed animal? Make a donation!
Your help can make all the difference for a child.

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Your Support Matters

For a child who has just gone through abuse and the challenging experience of a forensic interview at the Davis House, the simple act of choosing a teddy bear holds profound significance.