SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- ABC7 News was at UC Benioff Children's Hospital for the weekly bingo game.
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Kids look forward to it. Some gather in the playroom to participate. Others play from their rooms.
This week, Disney donated boxes of prizes.
They included toys from "Moana," "The Avengers," and "Star Wars."
"Bingo means nothing but happiness to our family," said Saira Garcia, the mother of a 2-year-old patient. "My son is always looking up Thursday cause that means bingo. So Disney is even a bigger deal."
Kids didn't need to shout "bingo" to win. Each child and their siblings were given a toy at the end of the game. Disney regularly sends care packages to kids in hospitals with movies, books, comics, and games.
Disney is the parent company of ABC7.
Disney gives prizes to patients at UC Benioff Children's Hospital in SF
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