Thank you for your interest in donating to Layton Hospital. Your generosity is a great benefit to our community and those in need of our services. Below you will find a list of items that are currently needed for our patients in the hospital. All donated items must to be new, in order to meet required infection prevention standards. If you have items you wish to donate that are not found on the list below, please call ahead, as we have restrictions on accepting some items.

We understand that some individuals would rather donate cash to support charitable efforts, and we welcome those donations. You may make a one-time charitable donation to Intermountain Layton Hospital online here.

If you have any questions about making a donation, please do not hesitate to contact us at (801) 543-6714. Again, thank you for your generous support of Layton Hospital, our community, and those we serve!

Layton Hospital

201 West Layton Parkway

Phone number: (801) 543-6714

Donations are accepted by appointment only.

Please call the volunteer coordinator to arrange a donation drop off time and to make sure the donation fits current guidelines.

Updated Spring 2021



  • High Need Items:
    • Baby clothes (preemie, newborn, and 0-3 months)
    • Crayons
    • New Small toys to be used as prizes
    • Blankets for teenagers (please provide equal amounts of blankets for girls and boys)
    • Sticker books
    • All sizes of sweats (no ties or drawstrings, prefer new)
    • Light spinners
    • Small stuffed animals (new)
    • Bubbles
  • Blankets (prefer fleece for children – 4’ x 5’ size up to twin size. Baby blankets – minimum size 4’ square)
         Note: Please provide equal amounts of blankets for girls and boys.
  • Character Band-Aids
  • Coloring books and crayons
  • White noise and sound machines
  • Legos – big and small bricks
  • Ceramic/Wooden things to paint
  • Drawing pads and paper
  • Tempera paint sets
  • Crayola markers
  • Play-Doh – name brand only
  • Gently used or new toys for all ages
  • Hanging mobiles and musical crib toys
  • Boo-boo bear (pattern included here)
  • Medical play doll (pattern included here)
  • Sticky hands
  • Pin Wheels
  • Toy cars
  • Slinky/ Coil Spring Toy

Emergency Unit 

  • Adult clothing (all sizes) Sweats preferred (Note:  No ties or drawstrings.) 
  • All sizes of sweats for patients who lose clothes through treatment
  • Men’s underwear (all sizes) 
  • Women’s underwear (all sizes) 
  • Children’s clothing (all sizes) (Note: No ties or drawstrings.) 
  • Boy’s underwear (all sizes) 
  • Girl’s underwear (all sizes) 
  • Light spinners 
  • Bubbles 
  • Sticker books 
  • Soothing rain tube/sticks 
  • Koosh ball, stress balls
  • Textured tangle therapy
  • Small musical toys
  • My First Look and Find Books 
  • “I Spy” themed books 
  • Small puzzles (24pc, 50pc, 100pc) 
  • Card games (UNO, Mad Gab, etc.) 
  • Stuffed Animals (new)
  • No sew felt heart pillow kit

ICU Unit

  • Stress balls
  • Journals and pencils
  • Books for all ages (English and Spanish)
  • Bibliotherapy books – titles listed below

Surgery Unit

  • Blankets (prefer twin size- either quilts or fleece)
  • Small unopened toys used for prizes 
  • Small stuffed animals (new)

Mother and Baby Unit

  • NICU Blankets size 45” square when finished (for placement over the Isolette)
  • Baby packets (Each can include: a receiving blanket, onesies/nightgowns, socks, toy, baby care products, etc.)
  • Infant burial clothing (Note: White only please. May be purchased or made with a simple pattern)
  • Hygiene kits (shampoo, conditioner, lotion, deodorant, sanitary pads, tooth brush, and tooth paste)
  • Baby going home outfits (preemie, newborn, or 0-3 month sizes)

Reach Out and Read Program

  • Books for children 5 years old and younger (English or Spanish)
Death and Bereavement Bibliotherapy Resources
  • DOGgone Grief (Board Game)
  • Bright Spots (Therapeutic Fun) by Elizabeth Wornham
  • A Terrible Thing Happened by Margaret M. Holmes
  • Someone I Love Died by Suicide by Doreen Cammarata
  • The Invisible String by Partice Karst
  • Muddles, Puddles, and Sunshine by Diana Crossley
  • After a Death (An Activity Book for Children) by The Dougy Center
  • After Suicide Loss – Coping with your Grief by Jack Jordan and Bob Baugher
  • Straight Talk Aboud Death For Teenagers – How to Cope with Losing Someone You Love by Earl A. Grollman
  • Healing Your Grieving Heart for Teens by Alan D. Wolfelt
  • Luna’s Red Hat by Emmi Smid
  • The Goodbye Book by Todd Parr
  • Where Are you? By Laura Olivieri
  • The Memory String by Eve Bunting
  • Always My Brother by Jean Reagan
  • Curarse Y Crecer A Traves De La Perdida (Spanish) by Donna O’Toole
  • When Dinosaurs Die by Laurie Krasny Brown and Marc Brown
  • Something Happened by Cathy Blanford
  • We Were Gonna Have a Baby, But We Had an Angel Instead
  • Sopa de Lagrimas (Spanish)
  • Whistler’s Last Song by Adam Herro