Recording Artist & Philanthropist Trina Distribute Holiday Gifts to Children
Holtz Children’s Hospital at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial
Medical Center Today
MIAMI, Dec. 22, 2010 – In her effort to raise the awareness for hospitalized
and foster children during the holiday season, Trina and the Diamond Doll
Foundation distributed toys collected from the Jingle Bell Toy Drive &
Fashion Show held during the 6th Annual Florida Entertainment Summit to
children at Holtz Children’s Hospital at the University of Miami/Jackson
Memorial Medical Center in Miami.
The children were happy to receive the holiday gifts but were more excited
by Trina¹s presence which brought the Diamond Doll¹s Foundation Founder to
tears at various points during her toy distribution. Trina put on her shades
to help hide her tears of joy from the overwhelming response from the
children. One child said, ³I love you so much I just want to see your eyes².
Trina humbly obliged by removing her shades and exposing her tearful eyes.
Trina explained, ³Maybe we¹ll do Christmas in July next time and I¹ll come
back and visit the children since that meant a lot to them².
Some toys and holiday gifts collected at the Jingle Bell Toy Drive & Fashion
Show were distributed to patients¹ ages 18 months to 21 years of age. The
remaining toys will be distributed to His House Children¹s Home, an agency
providing residential care for abused, neglected and drug exposed children
in a campus home-like setting.