Our Mission

We are a 501(c) organization dedicated to providing toys and other care items to childhood cancer patients undergoing treatment. Based out of Atlanta, we support metro-area hospitals by delivering items like movies, video games, toys, and gift cards.

100% of all donations go directly into supporting families confronted by childhood illness.


We work with families, hospitals and other charitable organizations to provide toys to kids undergoing intensive medical treatments. We know the positive impact simple comforts can make in tough times.


Donations go directly to items like toys, movies, and video games for pediatric oncology centers to give to patients. We also give out things like gift cards and vouchers for entertainment and family outings.


We hold motorcycle rides, brunches, auctions, and other events each year. Everything we do comes with the help and support of local businesses and community organizations that we appreciate so much.

News & Events


Recent news

Posted on Wed Aug 14 2019 @ 6:22 pm
Get your Glock Raffle ticket! The winner will have their choice of one (1): Glock 19 (9mm), Glock 43 (9mm slim), Glock 23 (.40 cal), Glock 21 (.45 cal). Drawing will be held at Joey's Ride on Saturday, September 28, 2019. You do not need to be present to win. Tickets are $10 each or six (6) for $50 Tickets may be purchased the day of the event or you can purchase them online at www.joeystoybox.net. Hit the donate button. Just make sure you indicate Glock Raffle. We will fill out the ticket for you and send you a photo of your ticket. ***you must be 21 or older and legally able to own a firearm***
Posted on Wed Aug 14 2019 @ 3:45 pm
A HUGE THANK YOU to Tampa Screens and Aluminum for their generous support to Joey's Toy Box and their sponsorship to Joey's Ride ~12th Annual!
Posted on Tue Aug 13 2019 @ 1:23 am
Our thoughts and prayers go to the Wilhelm family at the loss of Mr. Wilhelm. The David G. Wilhelm Foundation has always been a huge supporter of Joey’s Toy Box. Not only was David Tom’s supervisor, he was also his friend. Oh the reunion taking place today. ❤️
Posted on Fri Aug 09 2019 @ 3:30 pm
A HUGE THANK YOU to S.J. Collins Enterprises for their generous donation to Joey’s Toy Box! We could not accomplish anything without our generous donors and volunteers!
Posted on Thu Aug 01 2019 @ 5:01 pm
Joey's Ride ~ 12th Annual. Saturday, September 28, 2019 Start/End: Big Daddy's Oyster Bar & Pub 101 Crossings E. Peachtree City GA Registration Begins: 10:00AM Kickstands Up: 12:00PM (NOON) Rider Donation: $25 includes t-shirt This is a fully escorted motorcycle ride through the streets of Fayette County, GA. All Proceeds benefit Joey's Toy Box.
Posted on Mon Jul 22 2019 @ 2:44 pm
While we were at Dunc’s BBQ Kitchen Saturday, we were blessed in so many ways! A young mom came up to me and asked about Joey’s Toy Box. When I finished a brief version of what we do she said, y’all also take toys to the Grady Pediatric Burn Unit. When I said yes, she introduced me to the cutest little red headed boy. He received a Spider-Man Action Figure from us while he was a patient. It’s moments like this that make me smile! My little boy is touching people in so many ways. And of course, we wouldn’t be able to fulfill his mission without each and every one of you!
Posted on Sat Jul 20 2019 @ 2:49 pm
50 years ago Neil Armstrong landed on the moon and uttered those infamous words, “that’s one small step for man. One giant leap for mankind.” I can only imagine how he felt that day. You see, on January 28, 1962, the Armstrong’s lost their 2 1/2 year old daughter, “Muffy” to DIPG,brain Cancer. I imagine that he took a long look around and thought, I’m as close to heaven as I’m ever going to be and I still can’t touch you. There was no cure then, there is no cure now. If we can put a man on the moon, surely we can find a cure for Childhood Cancer.
Posted on Fri Jul 19 2019 @ 12:44 pm
We were so busy lugging in 5 wagons full of toys to Aflac at Scottish Rite yesterday that we forgot to take pictures. We also dropped of movies and Essential Oils. Your donation dollars at work!
Posted on Fri Jul 19 2019 @ 11:53 am
We are sooo excited that Dunc’s BBQ Kitchen has chosen Joey's Toy Box to be a part of their 1 year Birthday Celebration!!
Posted on Wed Jul 17 2019 @ 12:36 pm
Great article! Joey's Toy Box has been taking Essential Oils to the AFLAC Cancer Center Cancer Center at Scottish Rite and Egleston Children’s Hospital and the Emory Proton Center for almost a year now. So thankful that the Child Life Specialists requested these oils and that the physicians are open to the use of these oils.
Posted on Sun Jul 14 2019 @ 7:13 pm
For you guys waiting to shop Amazon tomorrow remember you can choose Joey’s Toy Box as your charity and we receive a small percentage for every purchase!
Posted on Fri Jul 12 2019 @ 6:38 pm
If you haven’t had Dunc’s BBQ Kitchen, you’re missing out!! Absolutely the best!! We hope to see you next Saturday, July 20th as Duncs celebrates their 1 year Anniversary! Of course Duncs will have a “Dunc”tank on this day. Come out and “Dunc” a local Dignitary from 4-8. We are so excited to say that the proceeds from the “Dunc” tank are being donated to Joey's Toy Box.
Posted on Thu Jun 27 2019 @ 8:02 pm
It’s really nice to be able to deliver a Kindle Fire to a family whose child is battling cancer while Dad is in boot camp. It’s also extremely nice to be able to deliver a Mamaroo for the sweet babies at the Bone Marrow Transplant Center located at Egleston. None of this would be possible without YOU! Thank you so much for your generous donations!! YOUR donation dollars at work! 🎗💛🎗
Posted on Thu Jun 13 2019 @ 7:41 pm
Preparing essential oils for Scottish Rite. Rollerballs for Anxiety and Lavender to help with sleep. Your donation dollars at work!
Posted on Tue Jun 11 2019 @ 6:27 pm
Toy delivery to Hughes Spalding Children’s Hospital today. Your donation dollars at work!!
Posted on Sun Jun 09 2019 @ 3:18 pm
I don’t know what we would have done without our Child Life Specialists. Each and every one of them hold an extremely special place in my heart! They are the ones who made the hospital “fun”. Joey loved his Child Life Specialist! He looked forward to seeing her and harassing her. Joey’s relationship with his Child Life Specialist is the reason Joey’s Toy Box was born.
Posted on Sun Jun 02 2019 @ 8:41 pm
So true! Childhood Cancer is just wicked!
Posted on Fri May 31 2019 @ 5:10 pm
Each year White Oak Elementary honors ONE student in the school with the "Spirit of Joey" Award. The student who wins this award must exemplify the spirit of Joey. This student must have demonstrated at least one of the following: Compassion for others, Selflessness, Willingness to help others, Consideration for those less fortunate, Being an inspiration to others, Being a cheerleader for those less fortunate, and finally, Having a kind and gentle heart. The teachers should submit a short summary of why they feel the nominated student qualifies for the award. The criteria for this award can also be discussed with classmates if the teacher would like to include student input prior to submitting his/her nomination. The administrators, counselors and specials teachers will discuss the students nominated and will select a winner of the award. This will be kept secret until the grade level ceremony of the nominated student. This is a lot to ask of an elementary student. And yet, they never cease to amaze me! It is really cool to watch the kids listen to the description of winner. They are trying figure it out. Some of them guess right away, some it takes a little longer, and when the winner is announced, they all kinda shake their heads as to say, yep, he/she deserved this award. Here is this years winner as read by White Oak Elementary's Principal, Mr. Clarke: Most years all the 5th grade teachers get together and discuss the best option for Joey Doolittle, not this year; this year we all knew who displays these behaviors consistently. This child is kind to ALL, this child (day in and day out) puts others first, he is always asking what he can do to help. In fact, just last week Mrs. Young made the comment to the 5th grade teachers that this student was the ONLY one to say "Thank You" to her for giving them an awesome AR water party. His caring heart and natural instincts to help classmates and teachers make him one of the most compassionate students in 5th grade. His precious smile and heart of gold light up the Rutledge Room every single day. With that being said, I would like to proudly announce that this year's recipient for the Joey Doolittle Award is ALEX WATKINS! Congratulations Alex!! Also, congratulations to Alex's parents on raising such a fine young man.
Posted on Fri Apr 26 2019 @ 1:34 pm
Don’t forget that the Georgia Police Memorial Ride is tomorrow! Hope to see you there! It’s supposed to be a beautiful day for a ride! It’s an incredible event to experience! If you want to help Joey’s Toy Box serve the food, let me know. We will be serving approximately 1500+ people!
Posted on Mon Apr 22 2019 @ 7:55 pm
Every once in a while our Child Life Specialist’s request something odd, like a lint roller. Who would have thought to use a lint roller to capture some hair falling out. Too funny! Thinking outside of the box! 😊 Your donation dollars at work!
Posted on Sat Apr 20 2019 @ 6:33 pm
The Georgia Police Memorial Ride is next weekend!! Saturday, April 27th. Joey’s Toy Box serves lunch at this incredible event. We are hoping that it is a beautiful spring day, which means that we will be serving 1500+ people. It’s actually a lot of fun to work.
Posted on Fri Apr 19 2019 @ 4:15 pm
I love how our community can pull together for one common goal, a little boy named LJ fighting a big battle. Prayers For LJ Tucker Thank you to all of our donors, participants and volunteers for coming out and making LJ’s Big Day a huge success ! Thank you to Sheriff Lenn Wood for stepping in at a moments notice to Proclaim April 18th, 2019 as LJ Tucker Day in behalf of Mayor Keith Brady. Thank you to Jonathan DjSonus Plummer of Event Maestro Entertainment LLC for donating their DJ services for the day! Thank you to Ace Beer Growlers Newnan for donating root beer. Thank you Claudia LaFleur of Fantastic Foto Booth Foto Booth for donating a photo booth for the day. Thank you to JustcallLaurel for donating their face painting and balloon art services. Thank you to Bert's Big Adventure for showing up and supporting LJ! Thank you to Frios Gourmet Pops - Newnan, @Duncs BBQ Kitchen, The Mad Mexican aka Rednexican and Bolton's Bakery for donating a percentage of their proceeds from last night to LJ and his family.
Posted on Thu Feb 28 2019 @ 8:57 pm
We are so excited! Joey’s Toy Box made its very first donation to the Emory Proton Therapy Center this morning. We delivered toys, games, 3 Kids Kindle Fire Tablets and Essential Oils. Your donation dollars at work! We could not do this without YOU!!
Posted on Fri Feb 15 2019 @ 2:54 pm
Today is International Childhood Cancer Awareness Day. 🎗💛🎗 This is our Sweet Joey. This picture was taken shortly after his diagnosis. He was only 3 months old. By the time he was 1 1/2, he had already gone through a Year of Chemotherapy and 6 weeks of Radiation.
Posted on Wed Feb 06 2019 @ 6:09 pm
Tears!! Last night President Trump called for a $500 million in funding for medical research on Childhood Cancer over a decade, a cause he said “All Americans Can Get Behind”. Yes, last night tears were streaming down my face and my phone blew up with excited texts.

About us

JTB was founded by our son, Joey Doolittle. Joey was a lifelong cancer warrior who was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma at only 3 months of age. Throughout Joey's life, he underwent numerous chemotherapy protocols, surgeries, and radiation treatments. Toys provided by the hospitals always seemed to make his treatments a little more bearable. During the twilight of Joey's young life, when he was the sickest, he decided to conduct a fundraiser to raise money to buy the other kids at the hospital toys. On June 7, 2008, Joey raised $1,800 by organizing a "cycle-a-thon" at a local gym in Peachtree City, GA. A few days later, Joey made his first and only delivery of toys to the AFLAC Children's Cancer Center at Scottish Rite hospital in Atlanta. On July 4, 2008, after a lifetime battle against cancer, Joey peacefully passed away in his mother's arms.

Joey's impact on his family, friends, and other childhood cancer patients continues to evolve and flourish. His simple dream of helping the other kids and their families continues to live on because of the incredible community of volunteers that have felt Joey in their hearts. With no paid employees, we are a 100% volunteer army dedicated to the JTB mission. We operate this way so that we can put every dollar towards helping these kids and their families. We have dedicated ourselves to being good stewards of the money, time, and efforts of our volunteer community. We will continue Joey's mission with the compassion and integrity that he had when he started it... simple as that.

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Physical Address

90F Glenda Trace No. 429
Newnan, GA, 30265
Email: kim@joeystoybox.net