Adaptive Toy Drive

Adaptive Toy Drive

This project is a partnership between TechOWL, Temple University student organization TemPO, Franklin Institute, and local disability service providers.

You can participate by:

Donating a toy! We’re collecting toys that move, light up, or make music. Find your organization’s wishlist below.

Attending a virtual workshop! We’re learning how to adapt these toys for children who use switches.

Active Toy Drives

Buy a toy for a student at CADES’ George Crothers Memorial School: CADES toy drive wishlist

Donate to purchase toys for patients at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia: CHOP virtual toy drive

See a TechOWL’s toy drive wishlist

Satisfaction Survey

Please take this satisfaction survey if you received a switch and toy from this project.

Webinar – Switch Adapting Toys

View recorded training on how to make a switch and battery interrupter

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Tom DiAgostino

Tom is the Outreach and Training Coordinator at TechOWL. Before starting at TechOWL in 2019, Tom worked as an English Teacher through the Fulbright Commission in Uruguay as well as a Social Worker and Spanish interpreter in the foster care system in North Philadelphia. As a person with dyslexia, Tom is passionate about readability and website accessibility. Along with managing TechOWL’s social media platforms, Tom also co-leads the Fabrication program CreATe together and assists with managing the TechOWL website.

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