Toys 4 Hope

Benefitting Visions of Hope Training Program

Housed inside Dress to Impress at 117 E Columbia St Farmington, MO 63640

A Young Man with a Vision

Toys 4 Hope was created by Morgan Gann when he was only 13 years old. Morgan is a graduate of Visions of Hope and the son of Jessica Harmon, Co-founder of Hope 4 Autism. Morgan wanted to create a fun, happy and affordable shopping experience for kids!

All proceeds benefit Visions of Hope vocational training program scholarship fund.

Watch a Video from Morgan

Meet Bentley the Bull!

Bentley the Bull is the official mascot for Toys 4 Hope, created by young entrepreneur Morgan Gann. Bentley was brought to life to be a positive community role model who stands up against bullying and brings love into the lives of children and adults alike. You can see him at many of our fundraising events and involved in special events held in Downtown Farmington.

All Fun & Games

We Accept New and Used Donations!

Stuffed Animals  •  Toys  •  Board Games  •  Puzzles  •  Kid/Family Movies  •  Activity Books
Coloring Books & Supplies  •  Stress Balls  •  Sensory Toys  •  Individually Wrapped Candy/Gum

Drop Off Location:

Dress 2 Impress Resale
117 E Columbia St
Farmington, MO 63640

[Accessible back parking lot on Liberty St. beside Farmhouse Bakery]

Drop Off Times:

Tuesday-Friday 10am-5pm
Saturday 10am-3pm

Toys 4 Hope has earned more $2,500
for Visions of Hope Scholarships
since opening in 2018!