Patients at Levine Children’s Hospital making own toys with help from ‘Code Ninjas’

CHARLOTTE — Several organizations are working to make sure the kids at the Levine Children’s Hospital have a holiday season to remember.

Instead of dropping off toys, like we’ve seen in years past, a company named Code Ninjas, in partnership with the Dottie Rose and Ryan Seacrest foundations, are providing virtual classes.

Student instructors are teaching patients how to make their own toys with computer coding.

>> In the video at the top of this page, reporter Anthony Kustura explains how another donation is allowing kids to receive the toys in a safe way during the pandemic.

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