Local business owners donate to Brooke’s Toy Closet

SALISBURY, Md. – This good news highlights the spirit of giving and carries on a young girl’s legacy

On Facebook, TidalHealth thanked a number of business owners for their generous donation to Brooke’s Toy Closet. They say Rob Mulford, owner of Mojos and Market Street Inn, contributed dozens of toys to the closet with the help of other businesses like McClean Mortgage, Herl’s Bath and Tile, Pemberton Appliance, and Salisbury Brick.

Brooke’s Toy Closet was established by Rob Mulford’s 12-year-old daughter named Brooke, who passed away due to neuroblastoma in 2017. The goal of the closet is to provide children in the hospital with a toy of their choice to comfort them while they’re a patient.

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