Help a Le Bonhuer Child This Christmas

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(Memphis) The internet is a popular destination for holiday shoppers.

This Christmas, those who also want to give something back can go online and buy medical care for children at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital.

Le Bonheur is featured in the first-ever crowdfunded hospital gift catalog.

"You can choose where you want to give and what you want to give," said David Sweat, Child Life Activity Coordinator for Le Bonheur.

In fact, you can buy everything from a toy for a child to a piece of life saving emergency room equipment.

The gifts will benefit young Le Bonheur patients like Skyler Varner.

The 15-year-old, who is being treated for Cystic Fibrosis, has been at the hospital for two months.

The hospital says something a simple as game or toy can make a child feel at ease and forget for a moment they're in the hospital.

Skyler says it's made his stay at the hospital a lot easier.

"Even when I'm not here for the little kids it would mean a lot to donate here," said Skylar.

To learn how you can make a donation, click here.

Those who donate will get updates on how their money is being spent.