Logan Regional Hospital

(435) 716-1000Map500 East 1400 NorthLogan, UT 84341

Thank you for your interest in donating items to Logan Regional Hospital. All donations listed below are accepted. We greatly appreciate any contributions. You may drop off completed projects anytime Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., in Volunteer Services located on the first floor of the hospital.

Blankets donated to the hospital go to a variety of patients; therefore, we need a variety of sizes. We would specifically appreciate lap blankets, baby blankets, and twin-size bed blankets. For the safety of our patients, the blankets need to be made from new fabric and be flame-resistant.

Infant Hats
We are in need of hats for the infants in our Newborn Care Unit (NCU). The hats are usually crocheted or knitted, as the store-bought ones run too big for the infant's head. The hats need to be gender-neutral in color (green, white, yellow, orange) and may be decorated with colorful ribbon or yarn.

Infant Hat Instructions.pdf

Infant Booties
We are in need of infant booties. The booties are usually crocheted or knitted, as the store-bought booties are usually too big for the infant's feet. The smaller booties need to be gender-neutral in color (green, white, yellow, orange). The larger booties may be any color.

Infant Booties Instructions.pdf

Infant Gowns In unfortunate cases when an infant passes away and needs to be buried, we dress them in one gown and give an identical gown to their mother. The gowns may be made from any type of fabric, baby patterns or solid colors are preferred. The gowns may be sewn, knitted, or crocheted. The larger gowns may be any color, but the very small gowns needs to be gender-neutral in color (green, white, yellow, orange).

XXS Gown Pattern
XS Gown Pattern
S Gown Pattern
M Gown Pattern
L Gown Pattern
XL Gown Pattern

Infant Diapers
When an infant is born premature, sometimes not even preemie diapers will fit them. We are in need of cloth diapers in a variety of sizes.

Infant Diapers Instructions

NCU Positioning Bag
These bags are used in the Neonatal Care Unit (NCU) to position babies and help them feel more secure.

NCU Froggie Positioning Bag Instructions

Bookmark Kits
These are made to entertain the siblings of the newborns. Please include the bookmark, a ribbon, and some decorations to be placed on it. Place items in individual sandwich-size ziploc bags.

Foam Frame
When an infant is placed in the NCU, many times the siblings feel jealous and disconnected. Decorating these picture frames gives older siblings an opportunity to connect to their newborn sibling. Please place picture frame items in individual sandwich-size ziploc bags.

Name Plate for Newborns
This is a way for families to decorate the infant's incubator. To make a name plate, simply add a border or some sort of decoration to a 4" x 6" piece of cardstock.

NCU Journal
This is a journal that the parents will keep while their newborn is staying in the NCU. To make a journal, simply decorate the outside of a notebook and label it NCU Journal.

Drawstring Bag
In the event of a newborn being life-flighted to another hospital, we give the parents one of these bags filled with snacks. To make a drawstring bag, simply sew two squares together along three of the edges and add a drawstring to the top.

Newborn Hankie
These hankies are handed to mothers of the infants in the NCU.

Newborn Hankies Instructions

Child Activity Packet
Children spending time in the hospital often get bored. These child activity packets are something to help keep them entertained during their stay. Please place items in individual sandwich-size ziploc bags. We ask that you use a marker to indicate the gender and age of the intended recipient on the outside of the bag. Examples of items to include: coloring page, crayons, word search, or small toys.

Common Bonds Items

Please click on the link below to see additional items that may be donated to our NCU Parent Support Group, Common Bonds.

Services Project Ideas

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