Wagons of Hope return to CHOG

Nine-year-old Gracey Chafin, founder of Lil G’s Wagons of Hope, delivered more than 30 wagons of toys to the Children’s Hospital of Georgia Wednesday. She organized the donation of more than 5,000 items contributed by members of her school, church and the community.

Chafin (in pink) is pictured above with her family; Jim Mumford, Children’s Hospital of Georgia administrator; and Stephanie Grayson, child life specialist, who accepted the donation on behalf of the hospital.

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